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GOING TO SAN JUAN JAN1 2005. YOUR WEB SITE IS GREAT AND GIVES ME IDEAS ON HOW TO ENTERTAIN 2 YOUNG ADULTS (20AND21) AND WHERE TO GO WITH 2 ELDERLY PARENTS. THANKS FOR THE PICTURES AND INTERESTING INFO.
Sunday December 26 2004 08:44:55 - NEW MEXICO


Frankie Regular
hey, i really enjoyed your site
Wednesday December 15 2004 09:41:37 - Newfoundland

Jose
Hi there!
Your great pics and abvious love for traveling impeled me to signed your book. Really enjoy your site. Bookmarked it for future reference. Hope to be able to visit some of the places you feature in this page. I specially enjoyed following your trip to Puerto Rico. Although I don't live there I grew up in Quebradillas. The parador Vistamar, Guajataca beach, the Lake, the caves at Camuy... they all were playgrounds for me while growing up. I am glad you guys had a chance to enjoy it and the adventurous spirit to venture out of the San Juan area. I can't help to wonder how you guys ended up in such places even a local would have dificulties finding? Again, Muchas gracias!
Sunday December 12 2004 14:50:15 - Pennsylvania

Webmaster comments   Thanks, Jose! We just like to look around when we travel. I'm glad that you noted what we DID see, rather than what we missed, because we already know we missed a lot and we'll have to go back. Good maps are also very useful! Best to you...

Tom

Chuck Comfort
Great site! Tokyo rocks, and I'm gonna do everything you guys did and more. Your pictures will be hard to match though. Thanks for the info!
Tuesday November 30 2004 17:21:00 - Tokyo, Japan

Mooney
You guys are crazy!
Monday November 15 2004 06:43:18 - OK

Webmaster comments   You're a towell!!!

Omar Martinez
I really had a good time reading of your vacactions in Puerto Rico, I fell happy to know that people from other countries can come here and have a nice time. You should post some info. of Texas because last year I went on a trip and I might lost some interesting places to see there.
Tuesday November 9 2004 08:33:38 - In Vega Baja , Puerto Rico

Ed & Joan Neighbors

Enjoyed it very much. Dad has been to the circus you showed.
Thursday November 4 2004 14:48:13 - Enid

AIDA IRIS VIDRO TRUJILLO | no
BONITAS PAGINAS, DIVINAS PARA HACER LA ASIGNACION KE TANTO BUSCABA.IS OK........
Wednesday October 27 2004 18:57:47 - SABANA GRANDE PUERTO RICO

Ortiz
Hey Tom!
I'm from PR and believe or not your site made me realize that we live in the paradise. I have been in Korea for almost 2 years (Army) and I'm going back home the next month for 30 days and I can not wait to get there. I'm ashamed because you guys know places in PR that I didn't even know about them. Thanks for take your time to show the world my Beautiful Island.There no place like home!!!

Thursday October 14 2004 13:22:13 - South Korea

Webmaster comments   Well, we don't really 'know' those places, we just visited them, and we hope you have the opportunity to see more of your island paradise yourself!

Also, thank you for your service to the USA. You guys have some of the toughest jobs known to mankind, and you handle it with such humility. Our best to you and all who those who serve with you.

Tom and Jana

Dr.NADARAJAN | yathra.tripod.com
Your travelogue made interesting reading.Good fotos.Cogratulations.
I feel uncomfortable about your comments on Inkas,which is not true.like Inkas destroyed pre inkan civilization,and costructed monuments etc.what spanish conquestedores did in the name of religion,destroying a great civilization was not even mentioned.
Sunday October 10 2004 18:30:49 - Cochin,South India

Webmaster comments   You should do some internet searches, as you haven't heard much of the Inka history. The Spanish weren't the first empire builders in Peru. And you might be surprised to learn that the Inka also persecuted their enemies on the basis of religious beliefs. It's the same story you hear throughout nearly all of world history. Try a search on Qorikancha, which we discuss in breif in our travelogue.

Other good seach terms would be Aymara and Chimu, a couple of the many tribes conquered by the Inka. I know you aren't buying into what we have written, so please go and do your own homework. If we've made mistakes, let us know and we'd be happy to correct them.

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