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The most interesting thing about this thread is that some are being snobbish about places that they don't even live in.
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Wow, amazing places you've found, Muppet and Amor.

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Cool. I stayed in one of the houses in this village when trekking alongside the mountain walls of the tiger jumping gorge three years ago.

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The most interesting thing about this thread is that some are being snobbish about places that they don't even live in.
who's being snobbish?
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^I wonder the same thing. That was a strange comment.
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Darn, I was just about to Neuschwanstein.
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WOW, Sigirya looks like something out of a sci-fi/fantasy movie!

WAY AWESOME!
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Cool. I stayed in one of the houses in this village when trekking alongside the mountain walls of the tiger jumping gorge three years ago.
Man staff, you get everywhere
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WOW, Sigirya looks like something out of a sci-fi/fantasy movie!

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Well as a matter of fact, Sigirya is one of the main locations in Arthur C. Clarke's The Fountains of Paradise, the book which is credited with popularizing the concept of the space elevator.
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Old Posted Jan 21, 2009, 5:24 AM
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^Seriously that one of Bern is outstanding. I could stare at that picture for an hour. In fact, I think I will.
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