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rimwis on March 9, 2006

Hello. Kur pradingot? Tauta reikalauja nauju reportazu. :)

Z on March 7, 2006

Kontaktelis ish Nikaragvos labai laiku ir i tema. Tikimes, kad jo pagalba pavyks atsisiusti atminties laptopui!

vaiva on March 4, 2006

tikiuosi, kontaktelis is musu laikrascio skaitytoju Nicaragua pasieke laiku? :)

Z & D on March 3, 2006

Sveikinimai is Salvadoro!! Tradiciskai, "muchas gracias" visiems skaitantiems, rasantiems, giriantiems, duodantiems velniu, duosiantiems i kaili (labai viliojanti perspektyva :)) ir kitaip su mumis keliaujantiems. ACIU!

Musu elektroniniai vargai, atrodo, deja, baigtis neketina. Panasu, kad kompas kiekvienai dienai turi paruoses vis po nauja sposa. Siryt, beruosdami 15-17 dienu ataskaita, pastebejom, kad dingusios visos 16tos dienos nuotraukos. Idomiausia, kad ne tik originalai is laptop´o, bet ir kopija is atsarginio disko :((( Puikiai atsimenam, kaip vos pries kelias dienas tas nuotraukas ziurejom ir darem kopija. MISTIKA. Uzbegdami skeptikams uz akiu skubam pamineti, kad nei vynas, nei tekila, nei joks kitas taurusis gerimas siam mistiskam fotkiu dingimui itakos neturejo. Bet jeigu kompas nenustos daryti nesamoniu, tikrai laistysim ji romu.
Ka gi, 16ta diena - be nuotrauku. O buvo grazios ;((((

Z on March 3, 2006

Hello people,

We´re in El Salvador already, in a town called Jayoje...something. And as you may have guessed - electronics problems again. Laptop memory chip has failed.. she was never the same after taking a glass of red and now it looks like the end of her days is comming. Still working, but as fast as Windows 2000 would with only one good 64Mb chip remaining. As you can immagine Jayoje...something does not have an electronic supermarket, but they do have a very nice market with fresh fruits and veggies instead. We´ve started shopping for a typewriter in order to have a Plan B :-))) But no worries, updates will keep comming!

GFW - Atlanta, GA, USA on March 3, 2006

I'm so happy to finally be following your progress. You might remember me from before you started, urging you to begin so that I might live this trip that I've always wanted to do vicariously through you.
My family has decided to fly to Santiago this summer. Seems that my girls aren't as adventurous as you!
Keep up the great journal. We're really enjoying it.

danguole on March 1, 2006

Dovile , dyvu dyvai - kaip TOLI Jus abu nukeliavot ! Ir smagu , ir , virtuveje reziduojant, graudoka ... Del lietuviu kalbos skyrybos - jei busiu gyva , pazadu atnaujinti Tavo zinias su didingu dziaugsmu - man garbe butu vel dirbti su pacia gabiausia mokine ...
Bukit sveiki ir ... bukit ! Labai Tavimi , Dovile , didziuojuos ! Ir trokstu pamatyti ! Kai laikas ateis ... Kai pereisit zemes kelius keliais/knees/... Bukite ! D

Vaiva on March 1, 2006

Ai, Dovile, tu nepergyvenk, labai puikiai tu rasai - manau, kad visi, kas skaito, man pritars. Beje, jei kam i-netas uzlus - nusipirkite savaitrasti "Amerikos lietuvis" ir ten sau ramiai keliauninku nuotykius skaitykite, kad ir lovoje pries miega :)
p.s. Dovile, jeigu vis tiek dar del skyrybos nerimauji: dvi redaktores pries dedant i laikrasti skaito, taip kad don't worry ;) ir darsyk aciu, kad sutikai rasyti! sekmes

Dalbir on February 28, 2006

Dear people who have little to no idea who I am . . . I've finally decided to go on a trip too!

It's Day 1 and I plan on walking around the Kaunas neighborhood of Romainiai -- no that's not a misprint. Here, in Lithuania, throwing in an extra letter "I" never hurts location names, such as Druskininkai or Siauliai.

Tajus (our baby boy) and Noira (the family dog) are joining me on my exciting trip. According to legend, Noira is named after the French word "Noir" for black, because she is covered in black fur. I'm not sure why Tajus is named Tajus, and as of yet, Tajus has not explained it to us.

Wow, just a few steps out of the house and it looks like this will be a great trip. Why? Well, here in Romainiaiai, it is required by law for every family to have a vicious guard dog that barks at every passerby.

Oh no, little Noira is taunting a giant dog behind an electric fence. (Large electric fences were created to keep out the Soviet army). Unfortunately, I find myself yelling "NOIRA!" loudly for the bulk of my trip, much to the confusion of the locals.

"Why is that dark-skinned fellow yelling out Blacky! in French?" asks an elderly Lithuanian man, while hold back his drolling attack dog. "I'm not sure," says his wife, who calls the Jungtis security company -- the company to protect you when attack dogs and electric fences are not enough.

One thing is for sure, Romainiaiaiai must be a very safe neighborhood. Stay away Soviets!

Well, it's the musical sound of Jungtis sirens, so I guess it's time for Noira, Tajus, and I get back home. We can't wait for our next adventure!

Jura on February 28, 2006

Mama Muse, o Dovilei irgi reikia i kaili duoti - juk ne Zilvinas vienas kaltas :)

O siaip tai zinoma, kad bus spaudimas! Ar nezinot, kad visi TravelChannel ziurovai Lietuvoje perejo prie sito puslapio!? Taip kad - Lietuva i jus ziuri! (kas akivaizdu is statistics...)

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