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    « Welcome | Main | Ammini Ramachandran: Grains, Greens, and Grated Coconuts »

    Monday, March 12, 2007

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    Pritya

    Dear Suvir,
    A lovely site...so glad to chance upon it. The Buddha photograph is overwhelming, serene and awe-inspiring - all at the same time. Enjoyed reading the post very much. Look forward to lots of posts and pics.

    john

    hmmm im not sure i ill go but itt sounds wonderful....mmmm i dont but yet frightning

    meg

    omg...thats soooooooo koool i wanna go but ill never afford it

    Dr Bubb

    Nice comments and photos.

    I hope you dont mind, but I have included an excerpt on the chatboard for Lantau Living...

    here: http://z4.invisionfree.com/LantauLiving/index.php?showtopic=19

    Ron Laird

    Oh yes, the spiders. Big as pie plates! Walking down a tree covered path in the summer reminds one of first Indiana Jones movie. After the first few face fulls of webs, it can be rather entertaining.

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