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  1. Good for you! As the quote on my own blog’s home page says: “Traveller, there is no path. The path is made by walking…” Enjoy your walking. And… thank you for following my blo

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  2. Thank you for following my blog. My son returned recently from a 7 week trip to Thailand. Lots of interesting stories to tell. Best wishes for your travels! May I ask what is going on in your profile photo? Looks painful.

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  3. Love this About page — and you will find what you are looking for and lots more. But I’m not sure it’s about finding as much as it’s about searching. Ah, there’s the adventure! Thanks for following Oh, the Places We See. And for traveling with us.

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  4. Thank you for following. I’d like to do so as well but there’s no button on your blog to follow you. Happy Adventuring!

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  5. Hey thanks for stopping by on my blog and giving it follow . Your site is very beautiful . Stay connected and remain blessed.

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  6. Thank you for following my blog. I love seeing people traveling to a different culture and having a positive experience. Have fun and keep exploring.

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  7. Welcome to my blog, Igor, and thanks for the ‘follow’. ‘Digital travel’ is indeed the cheapest way to go if you want to experience the world. Especially the far-away places hard to reach! I have a few tips for you that will enable you to get the most out of my blog:

    1. Please google ‘Norwegian counties’ and study their geographic locations.
    2. Open any post in my blog. At the end you’ll find a link to my ‘INDEX* which is way more effective than ‘archives’,
    3. Find the county of interest.
    4. Everything is listed alphabetically under respective counties! You may also read how many pictures included.
    5. At the end of each post you’ll always find a new link taking you back to ‘INDEX’ for a new destination.

    Please enjoy!

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  8. Hello Igor, You found the blog were I write about Photography. Thats great.
    Now that I know about you I plan on wandering your blog looking at the places you have been and reading your thoughts on the adventures you have had.
    Nice to be in contact.

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    1. Don’t worry you are never too old to travel. Our whole life is a journey so it’s important to enjoy the path you follow. I use timemanagement and minimalism to focus my energy on the right things in life and to manage my work, study and relationships with traveling. So enjoy your journey. πŸ™‚

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  9. Good day, mate! (ok, I’m French, not Australian!)
    Thank you so much for visiting my blog (been lazy recently, busy as I am with facebook and some other projects!
    Looking forward to sharing thoughts and experiences!
    Best regards,
    Robert-Gilles

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  10. Thank you for stopping by and following my blog. I appreciate your support. I popped in to visit you and love your positive voice. I will be back to share some more of your adventures. In love and light Cheryle

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  11. Thanks for the follow! πŸ™‚ Your journeys sound amazing and I will browse more of your site. Most of my travel adventures are past tense, but there are many travelogues yet to be published. Cheers!

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