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21. Posted by Kathi20 (Respected Member 270 posts) 9y

I'm the luckiest girl in the world!

We've just come home from looking at the professional photos that were taken at our austrian wedding... man- they r soooo beautiful!!!!! Wish I had a scanner to be able to show them to u!

Have u ever tried to find this hungarian family? if u knew a surname, I had an idea what u could try and do...

ok, better get ready for work... last day of the english camp... it was more holiday than work, bec the kids were soooo well raised!!!!

22. Posted by skyef (Full Member 105 posts) 9y

To Kathi20,

I'm very new to TP and i've never meet any TP members before.

Just referring to your earlier post.. my experiences revolves my outside friends. They come and go but in me i always believe there's no separation. The only separation though, would be when someone died and leaves me. People around have their opinions and perceptions, how they see things due maybe to the way they're brought up, or maybe the experiences they had. Aren't they to be feel sorry for because they're shallow minded and without consideration and respect for another human?

23. Posted by oslaue (Full Member 571 posts) 9y

as they say 'all good things come to an end' i have left good friends behind in everywhere that i have touched. its just life, its a part of life. i still and will always remain in contact with all my good friends. and try and meet some of them when possible and conveinant to both of us. its just about making the time! and making it happen!

24. Posted by Sam I Am (Admin 5588 posts) 9y

I feel for you Kathi! One of the hardest parts of travelling is saying goodbye and I guess that also goes for the people living in the country they are visiting. As someone living in a different country than the ones where I grew up, I also know what you mean about moving some place and finding it hard to connect. Although Norwegians are really friendly and kind, my best friend here (family aside of course ), is not Norwegian. But that probably has to do with both being in the same place at the same time and therefore having a lot in common. He also feels it's much easier to connect/get along with foreigners visiting/living in Oslo than most Norwegians though.

Look at it the positive way though; there's a whole lot more TP members that you could still have over to visit

By the way, that site you mentioned a little earlier is called couchsurfing.com. Gelli has used it quite a lot, if you want some personal experience from another TP member (and there's also these forum threads that are about it).

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