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What a wonderful Christmas surprise. Well, a couple of days before actually but I have only just got to putting finger to key now, which makes it post Christmas day but… ah well, I am babbling. What I mean to say is that finally I have had a visitor from GREENLAND. Huzzah!!
Dani Henriksen from Nuuk dropped by to see my last post – Breakfast with Audrey. Aluu Dani and Juullimi Ukiortaassamilu Pilluarit (thanks omniglot). Dani is a Filipina whose blog can bee seen here. Maligayang pasko at manigong bagong taon (and apologies for my rusty Tagalog).
So now, the 2013 challenge begins – to have a person from Mongolia visit. So, brush off your penpals and if they live in Mongolia, get them to drop on by. Of course Ulan Bator is somewhat larger than Nuuk but, unlike Nuuk, I have actually been to the Mongolian capital.
When I was there in 1991 the world was a different place. The USSR was coming to an end, China was reluctantly allowing in foreigners and a ticket on the trans-Mongolian could be purchased cheaper on the black market. Mongolia is definitely on my list of places to visit again.
Now, just because I like this pic, here is a lovely juvenile water dragon spotted near Montville in Queensland the other week. Have a wonderful journey into 2013 and remember, it’s only 981 more days until the revised Mayan end of the world. So, keep smiling.