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Happy Lustrum

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1. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator 5595 posts) 6y

A special congratulations to the TP mom, Isadora, who will be celebrating her lustrum (5 years) tomorrow the 19th of January 2010!

Of course, some members have been here longer, but no one will ever reach more forum posts and will be loved here on TP more than Dame Isa!

Cheers and drink a martini...or 5;)
Michael

2. Posted by Rraven (Travel Guru 5924 posts) 6y

Huge congratulations G !!!! Thats fantastic news !! I hope you have a fantastic day with loads of martini's, good food and lots of laughter

3. Posted by bex76 (Moderator 3713 posts) 6y

Happy Anniversary G!

4. Posted by james (Travel Guru 4136 posts) 6y

Five years? It seems longer than that, and I mean that in a nice way.

Congratulations Isa!

BTW, what's a lustrum? Is it the strong desire for a drink containg yeast and water?

5. Posted by Utrecht (Moderator 5595 posts) 6y

Quoting james

Five years? It seems longer than that, and I mean that in a nice way.

Congratulations Isa!

BTW, what's a lustrum? Is it the strong desire for a drink containg yeast and water?

You don't know the famous Swedish Nobelprice winner: Carl Löström?

6. Posted by Sam I Am (Admin 5588 posts) 6y

Congrats Isa!! Excellent excuse to pop the top off some single malt tonight :)

7. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 6y

Thank you, Michael!!!

And, Thank You Nikki, Bex, James and Sam!!!!!

Nikki: Yes to all of those!!! But, I think it was rum rather than martinis. (Hard to remember.)

Bex: Hope you realize you covered the whole day over in GT... Nice job!!!

James: If you didn't mean that in a nice way, I'd be very afraid... You never know when your next post might magically disappear! And no, lustrum has nothing to do with yeast and water. You need to add hops as well or you just have yeasty water.

Sam: I was hoping there was a drop of the Connemara peat-smoked good stuff left but... Alas, the bottle is completely dry. (And has been since our trip to Ireland.) I do have some Bushmill's 400th Anniversary that was given to us. But, unlike the Connemara, I forgot to pull it out of it's secret hiding place. Okay, not so secret - just behind a few bottles of Baileys for safe keeping.

It's been an pleasure and definitely an honor to be part of the TP team for a lustrum. ;)

Thank you all again!!!

8. Posted by TravelSoup (Budding Member 33 posts) 6y

Cheers Isadora!

9. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 6y

Thank you Marcel!!!

It doesn't look as though you were having any fun sailing in Hong Kong Harbor. YOu really have to try a bit harder to enjoy your travels! ;)