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Looking for a Suggestion of How to Contact People to Meet in Passing Through Bavaria [Apr. 28th, 2012|09:34 am]
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I'm not sure that this is the right place for my post, but I will proceed in sincerity to explore an interest and ask for your insights and suggestions.

I'm a 76 year old nephrologist, married to a lovely lady (for 27 wonderful years) and we are exploring my lifelong interest in Porsches by driving from Stuttgart to Lindau to Rottach-Egern, Austria, to Rothenburg, Germany. Our trip through Bavaria takes us by Munich, Augsburg and Heilbronn. We would love to meet Germans with similar interests. We are secular Jews. We do not speak German. My wife is a retired director of an assisted living facility and a very social person. I'm still an active physician and most interested in extending health care to all of America's residents, best summed up as "Single Payer Health Care," but called by its American detractors, "socialized medicine."

My first area of exploration was to contact nephrologists along the way by mutual organizations, but they are a very busy group and I've had little (well, none!) interest in exploratory e-mails to physicians who don't know me.

My wife and I have found from our experiences on cruises, that much of our enjoyment comes from people we've met and spoken with, often over coffee and pastries or at the dinner table. Hoping that I can replicate this kind of experience, I am posting this note.
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about me and my adventure [Nov. 9th, 2009|09:59 am]
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Hi you all! I'm Tim, I’m traveller. Sometimes I travel on my country and create short movies.
I want to show you some amazing video.

about this city...Collapse )

also, I can hospitality you in http://www.couchsurfing.org/people/timaldo/

If you liked this post, please register under this reference http://vk.com/reg1084994 , this will help me to win a laptop.
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(no subject) [Oct. 30th, 2009|04:27 pm]
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Hey travelers!

Just thought you might be interested. Sosauce.com is holding a contest to find its most interesting and dynamic users. First place winners get the choice of 1 FREE international flight or 2 domestic flights! I already know you all already love to travel, so all you have to do is be yourself and share that self with others. How hard can it be? Follow the directions in the link, and shoot me an email at Maggie@sosauce.com to confirm! 




Hope you’ll check it out =)



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(no subject) [Oct. 23rd, 2009|03:15 pm]
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 Hey travelers!

As a fellow People to People alum, I just wanted to share with you all this awesome social networking site called Sosauce.com.  Users create profiles and are given different applications like uploading photo’s, interactive map’s that allow you to pinpoint destinations, journal/blogging features. There’s also a guide section, where travelers publish first hand reviews on different places all over the world. The site has a very young and hip layout compared to other sites I've come across.  And it’s a great way to keep organized and keep photo’s, travel journal, etc. all together. 

It’s actually really cool, and it’s something that I wish I had known about before I went on my PeopletoPeople trip a couple years ago.

Definitely worth checking out! Enjoy!


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Let's Move for Peace [Oct. 12th, 2009|01:54 am]
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 Hello everyone!
Can I please request you to watch this video
This is an infomercial about peace...
Please do rate and comment it...
Your help would be gladly appreciated
Thanks very much! ^_^
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New England Delegation [Aug. 20th, 2009|12:35 pm]
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Is anyone doing the European Discovery program (France, Italy, Austria, and Switzerland) for the summer of 2010 in the New England delegation? I live in the Boston area and am going to the September 19th meeting at 5 pm at MIT, and was wondering if anyone in this community is in this delegation. It costs a little under $7,000  for each person, so I'm already brainstorming some fundraising ideas; if anyone in my delegation would like to take part, you're more than welcome to- just let me know.
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Seeking to be a leader [Jan. 19th, 2009|11:25 pm]
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Is anybody in this community a leader?  I am an alumni in the program and had a blast going to Australia during high school.  I had so much fun in fact, I would like to become a leader.  I have looked at the requirements and amazingly enough I have worked full-time at a K-8 school for two years.  Can anybody give any advice for undergoing the application process to become a leader?  I mostly want to travel for free and hang out with awesome teenagers who want to make good in the world.  Any advice helps, especially if you live locally to me in San Francisco, California.  
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Fullfilling a Life Long Dream of Going To Japan [Dec. 18th, 2008|06:59 pm]
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[mood |hopefulhopeful]


Since the age of 10, I have wanted to visit Japan as it is a culture I am deeply interested in. Now that I have received the ok from my parent with one condition; I must raise the money myself. This is my last resort in raising enough money to finance my trip. Please help me and pledge some money to my cause. As little as $10 would make a world of a difference. Please help out me out~!
Thank You

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I've been hosting bake sales, fund raisers, selling my stuff (goodbye guitar), and finding sponsers and this is my last hope~! this ends Jan 13th and its all or nothing. I get it all if i reach my goal or lose it all if i don't~!
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(no subject) [Dec. 16th, 2008|09:04 pm]
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[mood |optimisticoptimistic]

hi~ i've just finshed apply to the land of the rising sun program and i am extremely excited. however the trip is (as u all know) reeealy expensive..i'm doing weekly bakesales and make about $30 a sale, but i want to know more effective ways. any help is greatly appreciated~!!
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Italy and Greece Trip [Aug. 14th, 2008|04:33 pm]
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[mood |curiouscurious]

Hey, i just got an invitation to take the Italy and Greece Trip (high school) for the summer of 2009. Does anyone know about how much it would cost? Oh, and any fundraising ideas would greatly be appreciated!


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