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Singapore and Lufthansa First, Turkish Airlines Business to Uzbekistan and Berlin!

Singapore and Lufthansa First, Turkish Airlines Business to Uzbekistan and Berlin!

Old Jun 13, 09, 9:03 pm
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Fantastic report. Been waiting to read about your trip home :-)

Now when are you off next? Looking forward to another adventure with you.
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Old Jun 18, 09, 1:38 pm
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Originally Posted by kimala koala View Post
Fantastic report. Been waiting to read about your trip home :-)

Now when are you off next? Looking forward to another adventure with you.
Thanks for the comments!

Truthfully, not sure to where I am off, yet! I'm thinking I'd like to keep up my current streak of "less-commonly-visited" countries. Ethiopia, Nigeria, Turkmenistan, or even Iran top the list currently.
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Old Jun 19, 09, 4:22 pm
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Old Jun 20, 09, 12:16 pm
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Originally Posted by PanHam View Post
Truthfully, not sure to where I am off, yet! I'm thinking I'd like to keep up my current streak of "less-commonly-visited" countries. Ethiopia, Nigeria, Turkmenistan, or even Iran top the list currently.
Great TR, PanHam! I really enjoyed it. PM if you are serious about going to Nigeria. Im also planning another trip there (my second) and might be able to share some info.
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Old Jun 22, 09, 8:17 pm
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Great TR, PanHam! I really enjoyed it. PM if you are serious about going to Nigeria. Im also planning another trip there (my second) and might be able to share some info.
Thanks, Arnur! I will most certainly PM you in the coming days when I get around to thinking about the planning . . . .
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Old Jun 23, 09, 2:06 am
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Very nice TR! I've been wanting to get to the 'Stans for some time.
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Old Jul 3, 09, 4:23 pm
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What a pleasure to read! Thanks for sharing. I liked how you described yourself as a "starving student".. who just happens to travel in world-class F and get driven around FRA in Porsches.
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Old Jul 3, 09, 5:01 pm
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What a pleasure to read! Thanks for sharing. I liked how you described yourself as a "starving student".. who just happens to travel in world-class F and get driven around FRA in Porsches.
Haha - it's amazing the temporary treatment United frequent flyer miles can buy. Allows one to remain just a bit incognito .

Thanks for the comments.
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Old Jul 9, 09, 9:47 pm
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Thanks for that extensive trip report. I enjoyed it thoroughly. I've never been to Tashkent and I doubt I'll be there any time soon so it was fun to travel vicariously through you.
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