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Old 2nd February 2010, 15:06   #61
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hi sri...i liked your way of writing,it's simple and honest.Wish this would be your first step in the world of "long drives"..happy motoring
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Sre. Liked your travelogue very much. It was truly a travelers' diary with excellent pics of Munnar. Your unplanned detours made your journey even more memorable ! Yes, Such unexpected things make us anxious when we are with family, but overcoming them with courage and tactfully, leavs us with adventourus memories forever. Well done friend.
Longdrive lover, glad that you enjoyed the log :-) .. The trip was indeed a memorable one, teaching me some lessons on planning front...Next time I will give more importance to planning the trip (considering risk factors, detours)..

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hi sri...i liked your way of writing,it's simple and honest.Wish this would be your first step in the world of "long drives"..happy motoring
Thanks bhunu, happy to see such comment..It was my 2nd long drive with around 3000 KMs covered in total ( 1st one is from Hyd-Salur ( via Vizag) around 1700 KMs)
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great travelogue there Sri. It has all the ingredients of a thriller movie. I have also just finished a trip to Goa last week. Thanks for inspiring me to take on this trip.
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