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11. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 9y

Quoting wouterrr

anamnesis

Now that u have looked it up Wouter, would u post what it means here.

Mel

12. Posted by wouterrr (Travel Guru 3379 posts) 9y

Quoting Mel.

Quoting wouterrr

anamnesis

Now that u have looked it up Wouter, would u post what it means here.

Mel

well....medical history of a person.

13. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 9y

The worst was in Mexico.
It was cold on the mountains. When I went down, the mountain, to the beach, it was 40C. I think the shock was too much, for my body. I got dehydrated. I had such a bad headache, that I could not even move my head. And I kept throwing up.

Mel

14. Posted by Elnaz (Inactive 296 posts) 9y

What should i tell you ?

[ Edit: Edited on Mar 7, 2007, at 9:04 AM by Elnaz ]

15. Posted by Pardus (Respected Member 2356 posts) 9y

Elnaz, are you looking for people to give some travel memories in this thread?

Well, my fondest memory is playing football with a whole African village watching (as well as laughing and shouting abuse) in 35C+ heat with sandals on and no fitness whatsoever. But hey, we only lost 1-0 (and even that was own goal) thanks to our African helpers - who probably had a grudge against the Football team for not being selected. I remember before the game seeing some local people kicking the ball around and thinking 'They are not too bad' until somebody pointed out the guys in matching jerseys and football boots doing disciplined warm up drills...
A fitting end to a perfect 10 weeks of collecting data about the local wildlife.

16. Posted by Elnaz (Inactive 296 posts) 9y

Quoting Pardus

Elnaz, are you looking for people to give some travel memories in this thread?

Well, my fondest memory is playing football with a whole African village watching (as well as laughing and shouting abuse) in 35C+ heat with sandals on and no fitness whatsoever. But hey, we only lost 1-0 (and even that was own goal) thanks to our African helpers - who probably had a grudge against the Football team for not being selected. I remember before the game seeing some local people kicking the ball around and thinking 'They are not too bad' until somebody pointed out the guys in matching jerseys and football boots doing disciplined warm up drills...
A fitting end to a perfect 10 weeks of collecting data about the local wildlife.

oh , thanks a lot

17. Posted by Mel. (Travel Guru 4567 posts) 9y

Quoting Elnaz

oh , thanks a lot

Elnaz

When people say
oh, thanks a lot, in English, it is usaully loaded with sarcasm. But, I know u mean it a different way.

18. Posted by Elnaz (Inactive 296 posts) 9y

Quoting Mel.

Quoting Elnaz

oh , thanks a lot

Elnaz

When people say
oh, thanks a lot, in English, it is usaully loaded with sarcasm. But, I know u mean it a different way.

no no , it means thank you

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