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paddy 06-Jan-2014 11:39
Hello.i am going to travel around nigeria next year (i have inherited some money) .thanks for your site.god bless you all.
Doctor Mitch Hoffstettler 04-Jan-2014 03:47
God Bless,

mitchhoffstettler@icloud.com
Doug Quaid 16-Jan-2013 15:23
Really cool stuff here, thanks! ticklemequaid69@gmail.com
Guest 15-Jan-2013 21:01
Love the site, good luck with everything


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Guest 10-Jan-2013 12:30
love this website

daramrod@yahoo.co.uk
serena jens 09-Aug-2012 08:27
whats up girl
Lisa Roberts 19-Jul-2012 15:39
Great pics email me more at latest@realwritingjobs.com or info@ukdriving.org
Guest 08-Oct-2011 22:26
Hello, I like your website, khalafmohammed@hotmail.com
Guest 09-Jun-2011 19:14
Thank you for the amazing images. Nigeria looks so fresh and new seen through the eyes of a foreigner.
Guest 24-Feb-2011 21:36
You should visit northern nigeria.
ronit 18-Feb-2011 11:34
Hello I am currently in the city of Abuja in Nigeria and I would like to know what is the name of beach that you visit in lagoust.
Thank for stunning images
Miryam 27-Jan-2011 02:48
I spent my childhood years in Apapa, Lagos (1962-1969). Your pictures capture the flavors and warmth. Thank you for bringing back so many memories.
Susan Shankster 18-Jan-2011 19:41
Thank you for sharing Nigeria pictures.
I went to school at Hillcrest in Jos until college.
I miss my home
Guest 01-Jan-2011 15:01
Hallo, i have the chance to go and work in warrin. Can you tell how the situation is nigeria at the moment?
PS loved the pictures. Jose
Guest 07-Oct-2010 23:08
Thanks for the BEAUTIFUL PICS from Nigeria. We were there over 30 years and I was a bird watcher. I have recently put 200 slides from the 60s onto a CD and have been posting some on facebook. Love your website.
mamus davies 15-Sep-2010 12:51
Great pictures,i am printing some of them for my bar in Berlin.thanks
Guest 15-Sep-2010 12:50
for my bar
mamus davies 15-Sep-2010 12:49
Great pictures,i am printing some of them for my in Berlin.thanks
jan 25-Jun-2010 20:35
hallo ik ben jan mijn gsm nummer is 092424264
Dave 14-Jun-2010 06:56
Buetiful pictures please let me know more on mrs.lisaloanhome@live.com
Lisa 14-Jun-2010 06:53
Great pictures
smart 22-Aug-2009 11:36
How are sweet, i will love to meet you, smart_billion@yahoo.com that is my mail id name Smart
Akin 06-Aug-2009 19:26
I am a grad student at university of wisc. doing a research on
Yoruba textbook for foreign lang learners. Please,does the date
beneath each picture depict the when they were taken or when they
were posted on the web?
Thanks and keep up the good work.
Ak

Thanks
Guest 27-May-2009 12:22
You have very lovely pictures. I am Nigerian living in Washington DC. My daughter has international day in school and I was looking online to find some pictures of Nigeria representing the culture. You have amazing pictures here. Thanks

Gloria
Connie 29-Mar-2009 21:01
Emiel, I am moving from Minneapolis MN to Abeokuta in 6 weeks. It was fun to actually see where I'll be living. Any advice for me?
Connie
Artur 12-Mar-2009 15:27
Hello,

how are you?? The photos are great!
This totally different image than that we get to hear in Europe, I have also spent some time in Nigeria and confirm that it is a good place.

Beste regards,
Artur
Eric Shunn 04-Nov-2008 03:50
Great photos
udeme 14-Oct-2008 06:58
Hello Emiel, U don do well. I de Florida,US wey I dey luk ur pix. Dem dey fine. If u go fit go Obudu Ranch e for add more colour.-Udeme
Guest 15-Aug-2008 03:47
i am nigerian from owerri orlu and this is as acurate as it can get. nigeria is no jungle as people think it is kudos for you.............
nisar 09-Jun-2008 06:19
The picture where great
francis okoye 02-Apr-2008 11:00
h, ur nice .i apreciate
Tina 29-Mar-2008 07:54
Dear Emiel,
Your photos are soo beautiful!! Congratulations! My husband is born in Nigeria (Benin-City) and I just came back from a family visit and the furneral of my mother in law. We are planing to travel to Nigeria more now (once a year) and I would like to "explore" the area around Benin-city. Could you give me some tipps where I can go for birdwatching and is it allowed for Europeans to hunt in Nigeria? Would be very nice to get in touch with you. Are you living in Nigeria? Are you from Europe? Thank you for your reply in advance. My e-mail address is martina.klotz@chello.at. I'm from Austria. have a great day, best regards, Martina
rosie 05-Mar-2008 14:41
Dear Emiel,
Can you help? I have a friend who has been living and working in Lagos for the last 6 months. She is a very happy recovering alcoholic but she is missing her alcoholics anonymous meetings in London! She would love to be in touch with other recovering alcoholics in Lagos. Do they have AA meetings in Lagos?
Magda Wilde Canada 17-Feb-2008 18:32
Hello! I came upon your pictures while feeling nostalgic about my childhood in Nigeria. I lived in Kano from 1974 and later on went to school in Jos. Left in 1983. It was - is a very memorable, wonderful place to grow up in. Thank you so much for making your gallery available for the public. The colors! The trees! The fact that if your car brakes down on the road people just appear out of no where and help you right away!
Emeka Madu. 14-Feb-2008 14:52
Hi Emiel, your pictures and comments from visitors show that Nigeria is really a great place. Its pretty good that people such as you who're not from Nigeria, but who visit, tour, live and travel around Nigeria can show the good, the beautiful and the peaceful side of this country. I live in Abuja, have hundreds of beautiful pictures of this beautiful city, Abuja and other places around Nigeria, promise to post some of it for other people to share. Great job from you, keep it up. Someone asked where else can he/she visit when he comes to Nigeria? Gurara falls is amazing, Zuma Rock is good to look at.

If you have some money to spend as a tourist, explore Abuja and enjoy your stay in the numerous hotels , visit Yankari Games Reserve, and Obudu Ranch. These will make your vacation simply great. Call 234-8033383270, will be glad to give free practical travel advice.
AKA EWHRAX 08-Jan-2008 16:34
i clap wen I see these pictures, abi you don forget drop and sky or wack and vamuss. Men waffi 2 tight. Warri nor dey carry last, we always carry first, open your eyes and ears and do some thing big. WE ARE ORIGINAL, All the way from Robert Road to Okumagba Jah Bless. Ewhrax.
Nidal Kazan 06-Jan-2008 06:21
best regards,very nice photos
Guest 25-Dec-2007 01:10
all i need is silver..............sean
Guest 25-Dec-2007 01:10
all i need is silver..............sean
charlie/shirley 11-Dec-2007 22:03
Halllo
U bent toch de vader van jan?
ik ben shirley kent u mij nog?
ik zou echt weer contact met jullie willen ik wil van alles vragen en alles weten.
dus als u dit leest zou u een e-mail naar mijn e-mail adress kunnen sturen
Charlie-16-bbb@hotmail.com.
alvast bedankt

xxx groetjes charlie/shirley
Dave 10-Dec-2007 22:31
Hi Emiel,
What a good job you have done!!!. Is it ok to share this with my colleagues at work enabling them to see both sides of the coin here in the States? .
I encourage you to keep it up.
Kenneth Nuka 15-Nov-2007 10:45
This is lovely and it shows how much a real and true person you are. No wonder you have a wonderful personality. It is also a challenge to us who are Nigerians, who take these things for granted, thanks for the eye opener and keep it up.
Kenneth Nuka 15-Nov-2007 10:43
This is lovely and it shows how much a real and true person you are. No wonder you have a wonderful personality. It is also a challenge to us who are Nigerians, who take these things for granted, thanks for the eye opener and keep it up.
Patrick 19-Oct-2007 09:08
These are just wonderful breathtaking pictures. Thanks for showing the beauty of this country.
Guest 20-Jun-2007 18:10
I'm go glad that I stumbled upon your collection of pictures. They're fantastic.
Guest 08-Mar-2007 08:07
Your photos have really made my day. Thank you.
Andreas 28-Nov-2006 01:07
Thanks for the nice pictures. I've been in Nigeria from 1982 til 1984 and was based
in Benin City. A lot of things looks still the same and a lot of things changed. When
I was at Abraka there was nothing more than the River, but we had a nice swim down river.
This pictures brought back memories. Thank You
Andreas
Iyobosa 20-Oct-2006 19:12
Thank you so much for a refresher. It is comforting to know that your sight is a testimony that something good still exist in Nigeria. Thank you for the splash of colors depicting our untold natural wealth. Keep up the good work. Your pictures are true conversation pieces. They spark memories and stir up nostalgia. I just want to go home and bond all over again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! God Bless You.
jaber 26-Sep-2006 22:19
best regards,very nice photos

im from dubai.
uae
my name is jaber
jhis2006@hotmail.com
Ahmed Ismail Adam 25-Sep-2006 11:32

best regards, fine
Sarah 12-Aug-2006 09:05
best regards, nice info
Stanley 31-Jul-2006 21:15
Beste Emiel,

Geweldige foto's, als kind van '86 to '91 in Warri gewoond en dingen als het kamp, abraka, en umutu etc. zijn in sommige opzichten niet zoveel veranderd. Het is mooi om te zien dat er ook nog veel moois is in Nigeria, ondanks de vaak negative berichtgeving.

Kind Regards
Seun Oso 04-Jul-2006 13:14
This site is a blessin...at least Nigeria aint dat bad after all...keep it up whoever is behind this..lovin every bit of it
John 02-Jul-2006 04:44
Looking for information and found it at this great site...
kemi 21-Jun-2006 14:37
wow this is really nice i love it.my name is kemi anigerian i live in lagos
Guest 01-Jun-2006 21:31
dear emiel,

my name is chris, i´m 23 years old and coming from germany and i saw your pictures from abraka nigeria. my grandfather is from this village too. i had never senn him before because he had to leave germany before i was born. maybe you could send me some informations about abraka because i wanna know where my roots are and one day i would like to travel to abraka. but actually i don´t know enough about it. how many people live there, what is the ethnic group the people belong and what is the most popular religion? i also looked on the internet but the informations are not good enough. i hope you understand my english because i think it´s very bad. anyway, i like the pictures and i hope to hear from you if its possible. . my e-mail address: the_real_miezekater@hotmail.com . . . thank you very much. chris
Levetha Rainey 29-May-2006 22:41
hello Emiel, my name is Vetra, Ill be travelling to Nigeria on June 14, 2006 my plans there is to marry on June 17th, I am an african American woman thats in love with an Nigerian man my stay would be in Kaduna but ill be flying into Abuja. I seen your picture in ur gallery cool stuff can you tell me of any good hotels that I can stay in a few days to visit jos. Thank you a bunch.
Babajide 09-May-2006 00:40
I am moving back home thanks alot. St Louis MO USA
Guest 26-Apr-2006 17:43
Hi, a dear friend is staying at the Crest Hotel and Gardens in Jos but I can't seem to find the contact information for the hotel. Any suggestions? my email is mrsumanth@yahoo.com
May Olusola 13-Apr-2006 16:28
I tell you, these pictures have transported me from my room in Dallas, TX back to my good ole Nigeria. I must commend you for such breath taking pictures that depict nature at its finest. Thanks for sharing your awesome website!

All the best,
May Olusola
Chima Awa 13-Apr-2006 14:24
Dear Emiel,

These are wonderful photographs. I went to school at Federal Government College 'Ogunu' Warri, near Shell Camp where you live(d). You also brought back good memories from a school excursion to Jos. We visited the Museum of Traditional Nigerian Architecture (MOTNA) amongst other places. After seeing these great shots of my homeland, Westminster, London at lunchtime, 13.04.06 does not look so cool. I wish I was home this Easter. I must forward this to Uncle Lemmy who is a photographer.

Kind Regards

Chima
chimaawa@hotmail.com
Guest 12-Apr-2006 02:33
Did you have an answer to the question regarding Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in Lagos? Please email me at emeinert01@earthlink.net. Thanks.
Phil Mycrackin 23-Mar-2006 21:30
Nice site - mycrackin@gmail.com
Geert Van Dorst 22-Mar-2006 09:54
Hello Emiel, those pictures are very wonderfull i am married to a lady from Benin so we enjoyed those pictures this morning an made us daydream of the homeland what is Belgium if there is a Nigeria like that.
Thanks for sparking happy thoughts.
Kindest Regards
Van Dorst Geert and family
Rev Miller 19-Mar-2006 21:19
Thansk
Stephen Mbah 16-Mar-2006 19:19
Excellent website!
l made a link to this on my Nigeria section of my websitehttp://www.mbah.net
You have set the standard for good African pictures l must meet when next l travel with my camera.
Sincerely
Stephen Mbah
Marcus Ingram 01-Mar-2006 01:17
Hi!

I hope you are blessed, I just wanted to tell you that I will be in Nigeria soon and I would like to know you Emmiel! I want to make a good deed for your people!

Please contact me!

Marcus Ingram
Sammy Allen 27-Feb-2006 05:00
Hello Emiel.
My name is Pastor Sammy Allen from the US. Our ministry us planning a trip to Warri in July to visit The Last Days Christian Fellowship Church with Bishop Moses Emujeghrow. Do you have any information on that church and the area of Warri that you could give me. My email is bohoffice@ourchurch.com
Antonio 25-Feb-2006 21:05
Hi Emiel.
Thanks to bring me good memories now that am back in Madrid.Unfortunately for me i couldnt travel throughout the country in my 6 six years working in Nigeria but the hash, the beach, the faces...the people... it is Nigeria, the heartbit of Africa and there is always a natural impulse that makes u go back to Nigeria. Everytime i travel for business my face has a big smile. Congrats
fred schmidt 19-Feb-2006 16:17
Hello. I love your pictures. I have a question that might seem a little odd. Could you tell me please if the program alcoholics anonymous is available over there. Either way could you e-mail me bak at schmidtyfred@aol.com

thank you
Terry 13-Feb-2006 07:38
Hi Emiel,your images are fantasic,this summer my family and I are moving to Abuja,to work for the next three years,I would be gratefull if you could give me some advice about photographic equipment. I look forward to hearing from you.
uche 08-Feb-2006 08:45
wow!! absolutely fabulous...
please contact me, i need your advice on buying a camera.
Nigerians!!! please take dressing....
layal jade 25-Jan-2006 00:35
im only 16 years old, and i love this site.. the pictures are fanastic.. i just finished school in lagos, moved back to london now... can´t wait to go back home this easter!! keep up the great work....
Richard Haas 04-Jan-2006 15:09
could yopu please contact me. Thanks in advance
Kevin 31-Dec-2005 13:37
I am impressed witht he work you have done. I've been outside Nigeria and in the U.S., it is hard to find positive things about my country even though I know they are there. I'd like to feature some of your pictures on my website. Please contact me.
Femi 27-Dec-2005 20:28
Emiel,
I must echo the heartfelt sentiments of other Nigerians and say thanks for such a wonderful portrayal! These are the first images of the country that have drawn me in and actually make me want to visit! I lived in Lagos and Kaduna, and am now based in Los Angeles. Can't wait to see more...
Femi
Trae Nobi 10-Dec-2005 14:11
Great pictures Emiel, thank you for taking me back in time, Jos was just the way i remembered it as a kid.I am a film maker residing in Saraota,Florida. Your pictures has inspired me a lot. Keep up the good work and looking forward to see more beautiful sites.
Andrea and Isi 23-Nov-2005 19:52
hello there, my boyfriend is from Warri and we are living in Germany, but went in December
2003 to his homecountry and were very happy to look at these beautiful pictures. It remind us of the nice time we had in Warri.
Victor Abiodun Abiona 06-Oct-2005 04:46
From the bottom of my heart thank you Emiel Jegen. I wish the media can be open minded in thier portrayal of Africa in general. Your pictures have done justice to the rich and diverse culture of Nigeria, and I hope when people sees this, they can book their next vacation to Nigeria. Thank you once again and God bless.
Jan (Emiel's Child) 24-Sep-2005 12:08
:P:P:P:P
Mr. Nwabuzor 18-Sep-2005 18:23
As a nigerian-american who resides in Connecticut, USA, I was absolutely stunned by the array of pictures you had showing just how beautiful Nigeria is. Your insight and selection of pictures does a great job to show the country in a light not often seen. Your galleries are unparalled on any existing site on Nigeria and that, Emiel Jegen, is no hyperbole.
Eumann 02-Sep-2005 17:20
very nice pictures,i travelled through nigeria last year which was one of the most beautiful and culturally diverse country i had been to.was in kano, lagos,kaduna,yola,jos and calabar..
Hassan 18-Aug-2005 17:54
Nice Pics Emiel. I just hope more people will get to see the good side of Nigeria through these pictures. One of the many gifts nature has endowned on the country. Can I make use of some of the pictures please?
Trisha 15-Aug-2005 05:07
Hi Emiel, i just spent a enjoyable time looking through your photos, you have a great collection. I am hoping to visit Lagos and Warri next year. It looks better then a lot of the comments and views i get from other websites and also peoples opinions. Where there is bad there is also good and i am sure there is also a lot of good in a country such as Africa, God hasn't made a mistake with His creation as you have shown with your nature photos. Excelent work!! I hope you will be adding more photos soon.
April 17-Jul-2005 18:52
Very nice photos I found via a Google search. I learned a great deal looking at them. Thank you for making them available for all to see.
Mayamba 20-Jun-2005 06:35
Thanks! I'm a Nigerian living in the US now, but I grew up in Jos, not far from the zoo, and went to Yankari several times, it was in my home state at the time. Whatever you're doing in Nigeria, thank you!
colin Bine 19-May-2005 14:31
Lovely pictures. I most enjoyed the captions and what they represent. Thanks you.
Guest 15-May-2005 14:29
Stunning pictures, really enjoyed them
Jo 23-Apr-2005 13:57
Hi Emiel!!! It was such a pleasant surprise to discover this site!!! Truly delighted and timely too because I'm currently putting together a scrapbook of my Ogunu photos. You did an excellent job with the photos. You made life in Warri truly colorful and alive. I am so impressed.
Oh, btw, I was your colleague from the Accenture-Manila Office,Philippines. I was a member of IBS Conversion Team. Do you remember the Task List Detailed Conversion Design that we both reviewed together? :-)
Keep up the great talent!!
Obiora Ofole 04-Mar-2005 18:32
Thanks for these lovely pictures. I am a doctor working in the caribbean and it surprises me that people here don't have a clue how Nigeria and Africa is like, except for the bad things they see on tv.At least this will educate somebody somewhere.Keep it up.
Harald 18-Feb-2005 17:55
Nice Site, thanks
Huug PIeterse 17-Feb-2005 20:51
Hallo Emiel,

Aan de Nederlandse reacties denk ik te merken dat je Nederlander bent. Mijn complimenten voor de mooie fotoreportage die een land wat zo vaak negatief in het nieuws is eens van een andere kant laat zien. Zelf ben ik hier enkele malen met een schip geweest. Dat laatste is de reden dat ik deze site vond al Googlend. Wellicht kun je mij helpen. Ik ben op zoek naar een schip genaamd Ducado zij moet in Warri liggen volgens mijn informant. Het is een ex Nederlands Koelschip en ooit gebouwd in 1969 dus al erg oud. Wellicht kun je mij even mailen. Blijf zulke mooie reportages maken!
groet Huug Pieterse
Yomi Adekanmbi 17-Jan-2005 00:43
Hello Emiel:

Thanks for the beautiful pictures of Nigeria! I am sharing your links with my fellow Nigerians and American friends to see another side of Nigeria we don't see in the news. The beautiful plants, birds and gentle people that I remember growing up with in Lagos and Port Harcourt in the 70's and 80's.

Take Care, Yomi
marion 14-Dec-2004 04:15
Hi!
I am happy that you have this photos here. Because it was the first time to see from where my boyfrend is comming from. I know my englisch is not go but I hope you will understand me.

Thanks and great wishs
from Austira/Vienna
Joke de Groot 13-Dec-2004 22:14
prachtige foto's aan het strand ggemaakt emiel !!! heb ze als herinnering voor mezelf bewaard. joke
fred siwak 21-Oct-2004 20:16




Hello Emiel, I hope you can help me. I am an artist disabled with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis ALS "Lou Gehrig's disease " also called motor neuron disease MND. This progressive, fatal neuromuscular disease has left me paralyzed in a wheelchair unable to care for myself.

To raise awareness of ALS/MND I have started a project attempting to get a piece of my art photographed in every country in the world. I am looking for a way to get a piece my artwork photographed in Nigeria. I can e-mail a JPEG image of the art to you, then you can print it, photograph the printout of my art on location and e-mail the image back to me. I ask that the picture be taken outside with some distinguishable features to tell me where the photograph was taken. I also ask that you tell me the place/ town it is photographed in and any other interesting information you might wish to include.

This is strictly a noncommercial project. Despite my severe disability, I have done a considerable amount of work for the ALS Association and the Muscular Dystrophy Association in the United States, appeared on television several times, featured in national and local publications, testified at government hearings in support of the disabled, etc.

This project seems impossible sitting at home every day in my wheelchair. But it can come true with a little help from the kindness of strangers. I ask you kindly to give it serious consideration. A small amount of your time will make a world of difference to me!

I hope you can help me with this important request or refer me to someone who can. Thanks for your time and I look forward to your response, sincerely, Fred Siwak, Ipswich, Massachusetts, United States of America. E-mail: seaweed@gis.net

I'm trying so hard to reach every country. Is there any way you can help me with Nigeria? Thanks!
see www.unganisha.org for more about me and my project
Please check out this article written about my project in The Boston Globe, a major US newspaper (copy the address to your browser's address bar, click "go" or enter to access the article):
http://www.boston.com/travel/articles/2004/09/05/everywhere/
Anneke 12-Oct-2004 11:15
Hoi Emiel, schitterende foto's, ik ben nu zelf bezig om iets soortgelijks te maken van Port Harcourt, ik heb stapels digitale foto's, wilde er steeds wel wat mee doen maar wist niet hoe, je hebt me op een idee gebracht. Als het klaar is laat ik het wel weten,
Groeten Anneke (Port Harcourt Rumukuroshe RA resident van 2000-2003, pas nog even terug geweest voor vakantie)
keith 23-May-2004 08:35
I enjoyed the photos,
I worked in Warri , Escravos and Port Harcourt in the early 80's and have a lot of good memories.
The pepper and banga soup with gari, a bottle of star and even some kiki was fine.
In Aberdeen we can get the African food and beer at "The soul and spice" bar.
I also enjoyed swimming and BBQ's at Abraka.
When based at Escravos we went water skiing around the tank farm, diving and fishing.
We would catch huge snapper from the supply boats
I also got a taste for a bit of Fela Kuti music during my stay.
I had a great time.
Thanks for the viewing the photos

Keith
olajide Iyaniwura 22-May-2004 13:38
Dear Emiel Jegen,
I looked through your photographs and must say that i thoroughly enjoyed them.

I am actually putting together a FREE qualterly magazine for Nigerians resident outside of the country and should be grateful if you would allow the use of some of your images in that publication. I will ofcourse fully acknowledge the source if you grant your permission.

Jide
Egemen 13-Apr-2004 08:31
I am one of your colleagues' (Emre Oskaylar of Accenture) friend located in Dubai. He actually sent me this link and I must confess that I am very impressed with the shots in that the composition and light adjustments are all perfect! I sent the same link to my Turkish friends here in Dubai who are interested in photography too!
Congrats once again!
Ege from Dubai
Jeffrey Lewis Knapp11-Apr-2004 05:11
Great photos Emiel. Keep up the great work!
Rijkwessel 04-Apr-2004 08:20
hey Jan, Gea en Emiel.

Hoe is het daar? is het nog een beetje leuk? is ons huis al gerenoveerd?
ben je al een beetje opgeknapt van je malaria Jan?
en hoe is het verder nog met jullie Gea en Emiel? hebben jullie het nog naar jullie zin?

groeten de grote geit (rijkwessel)
ps gaat het nog goed met GTA vice city?
doei
Jacky Costi27-Mar-2004 10:42
Hi
I spent many years in Nigeria and your pictures bring up the memories.

Unfortunately i did not shot pictures during my stay.

i was stationed in Lagos but traveled around the country
including Warri.

Take care.
joleen 07-Mar-2004 21:20
Geweldige foto,s we wachten op meer. Wat heb je toch een prachtige zoon en vrouw.
we willen nog veel meer foto,s van hen en mischien wil gea ook wel een foto van jouw maken. Ook interieurkiekjes worden door mij enorm gewaardeerd. het ziet er allemaal prachtig uit. liefs joleen en johan
tom gething26-Feb-2004 20:31
Peter,


How nice it is to see photos from another part of Africa. I hope your stay in Nigeria is a great success. My first experience of Africa as a resident is an eye opening experience. How nice it is to see all this greenery after the dust and sand of Khartoum!
Peter Rex 22-Feb-2004 18:55
Dear Gea, Emiel and Jan,

Very nice site you have here. And - you actually manage to make Warri look attractive - quite an accomplishment :-)

You are all at anytime welcome in "my" Lagos.

Sincerely,
Peter
joke 20-Feb-2004 11:21
vakantiefoto's van afgelopen jaar digitaal gemaakt? en gelijk al een " award" zo zo !
heb je nog een paar recentere?

groetjes van joke