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Guest 16-Feb-2020 19:57
Borg Family.
Hi Peter and Jackie Graham.
My father Charles Borg worked with Peter at the RAPP plant. Enjoyed your pictures.
Dan Borg
Rashi gupta 14-Jun-2014 13:22
Hi Peter & Jackie , I lived in Vikramnagar during early years of my childhood. My father- Mr. K.N.Gupta worked in the heavy water plant & we lived in H3/1 house. We moved out of Vikramnagar I guess somewhere in 1983-84. I guess that wilderness of Vikramnagar was the best part of my life & childhood. I have kids now , yet the memories of Kota- RAPP township are still clear in my mind. back then camera & pics were a rare luxury, but your pics made those years come alive…almost in tears missing those years gone by. I studies in atomic energy school till 1982, but don’t remember which school it was (school no 2, 3, 4, since now there are so many) .. If anyone has any pics of school back then , please do share with me … …stay connected ..thanks
elize Langenegger 26-Mar-2014 14:16
Thank you for amazing photo's you shared with me. I am so exited after looking at your photo's . I am leaving for Peru 12 April and will start trekking on the INCA trail 22 April. I live near Johannesburg in Gauteng , South Africa.Regards -keep on trekking the world.
Minh Le 12-Sep-2013 17:29
I admire very much your picture of Vietnam. I would like to obtain a few high resolution pictures from that collection.
I sent you an Email a few days ago. I wonder if you had received it.
Keshav Negi 23-Aug-2013 11:14
Thanks for the photo provided in the site.
Rajesh Sharma 09-Mar-2013 15:10
Thanks so much for Rawatbhata pics. I was born in 1971 in RAPP. Do you have any pics of Phase 2 colony? Regards. Rajesh Sharma
Amba lal Audichya 29-Sep-2012 10:03
I was working in operation group of Rajasthan Atomic Power Station since March 1975 to November 1984. Rawatbhata ia unforgetable and lovely location.Presently I am working in Saudi Arabia but Rawatbhata memories are always makes me happy and active.Thank you Peter & Jackle for providing the photo gallary on net.
Amba lal Audichya
Guest 09-Sep-2012 12:13
Thank Peter & Jackie
Tri Nguyen 01-Jun-2012 17:24
Did you have an old picture (before 1975-Vietnam war) of Hien Luong Bridge.
We'd like to have a memoried picture for our reunion of Quang Tri people.
Dan Logen 23-Sep-2011 20:54
Enjoyed your Kinabalu photos. I was on the mountain in 1994, and now am scannng some of my slides for a presentation I am doing. Your information was useful.
Dan Logen
Stanwood WA USA
AJAY KUMAR MEENA 20-Jul-2011 12:01
hi Peter & Jackie

my name is ajay meena and leaving at Rawatbhat and working at RAPP some time i an seen rawatbhata old photo but now i want seen all photo but it is password protected please suggest me what i do to access photo

i hope you help me for remember my past images.


Ajay Kumar Meena
rawatbhata lover

cell 9413107809
fazal 22-Dec-2010 20:42
Hi Peter& Jackie

I stumbled across your page by chance and was very pleased to see you have much better pix than what the tour/hike organizers have!...great job with the pix and wonderful generosity indeed...
I am from Guyana and have been living in Toronto since 1975. I recently watched the Northface expedition (on Tv in High DEf) summited the prow of Roraima and was totally blown away!
I didn't think that it was possible for recreational hikers to reach the top, but it is !
this is definitely the hike of my life and will do it in 2012. I am an avid golfer and cyclist- I bicycle to work- about 16 mile round trip spring to fall...

it would be great if you would send me the high def picture: Roraima straight ahead...

I hope all the recent snow in London doesn't keep you grounded for too long :-)

Happy Holidays !
Looking forward to hearing from you soon...

bhagwat 11-Dec-2010 15:06
very kind thoughts come from people who have golden hearts . thanx for working without expecting.may the god be with you now and always very warm regards
arti bajpai 20-Apr-2010 11:26
Hi I am Arti Bajpai I stayed in rawatbhata for 11 years as i born there . Still rawatbhata is in my memories .i was there in town ship. lovely lucky jolly gracy greena was my friends. school part i have not forgotten because i was good base ball player.if any body can recognize me pl contact me as
Mrinal Kumar Dass 13-Apr-2010 19:18
To my all dear friends....
Please.. keep me in your daily Prayers....
its my be with all my childhood friends... Roney David, keshav murthi,deepak vyas,hemraj singh chouhan,kalika jain,sarita sinha,babita sinha,sajhi balan,gopi kothari,mandeep sethi my teachers...
Mrinal kumar dass
Mrinal Kumar Dass 13-Apr-2010 19:13
I love Rawatbhata... because I spent my childhood in Rawatbhata,july 1982 I left Rawatbhata.. now I'am grown up and working in Saudi Arabia....but...Rawatbhata still in my Heart... My friends...Deepak Vyas, Hemraj Singh Chouhan, Kalika Jain, Sarita Sinha, Anju Nagrath...still I'am missing...My teachers... Mrs A Singh. Mrs Chopra, Mr GL Taneja. Mr J N Vatsa our Principal. Mr M K Sharma... I never Forget them..
with....Love....Your All.....Mrinal Kumar Dass
Jobi George 12-Mar-2010 02:00
Dear Peter,

This is amazing collection. You have no idea how knowingly or unknowingly you have touched the lives of so many of us who were born in Rawatbhata. It almost brought back my entire childhood. I was born in C4 quarters (1971), went to school in the Canadian school till 9th standard (1985)..used to take our bike and picnic in the ruins of bardoli..the evening walks to the Dam park...the chaos of Rawatbhata markets..everything is etched in...but it was good to see them all in pictures..


Jobi George
Silicon Valley, CA, USA
Jeff Stirling 19-Jan-2010 15:59
Excellent pics! I am heading to Venezuela in early Feb, any advice on good tour guides? I am looking at going to Angel falls.

Manoj Kumar 22-Oct-2009 09:20
Hi Peter & Jackie,

I would like to that you for the photos uploaded of Rawatbhata (Rajasthan). I was born and brought up there. Did my high school in rawatbhata. Really made me nostalgic. The pool where I learnt swimming, The Submersibble bridge, where use to go for fishing.. Its like Rawatbhat is in my blood.. Thanks a ton for all the pics, which I couldnt click , when I was there.. Though lots of changes now.. I'll be going next year to see all my old friends.

Love and Regards,

Manoj Kumar
Kim 10-Jun-2009 15:13
My husband and I are doing the Inca Trail in two days! I've been looking at your photos and am so excited I can hardly contain myself! I've also gotten some good ideas for our next holiday. You are so lucky to have seen so many wonderful places!
Ashwini Kohli 24-Apr-2009 09:14
Dear Peter,
I can't thank you guys enough for those lovely photographs of RawatBhata.
The sleepy hamlet that you remember will always remain dear to me ,because I probably spent the happiest part of my life there. The swimming pool and the badminton courts were my favorite hangouts. The adventurous amongst us, went on to make a cricket pitch which then hosted many matches. I spent 8 years from 1979 to 1985 and went on to do my Engg. My Father being a Civil Engineer was one of the earliest people to get to RAPP and did a stint from 1963 to 1973 and came back again in 1979 to stay till 1987.The RawatBhata stories are a folklore in our household and so shall remain so.
Once again thanks for taking me down the memory lane.
Ashwini KOhli,Surat.
anirudh(alu) apte 08-Mar-2009 16:49
dear peter,
thanks for those wonderful photos of rawatbhata.i spent my childhood from 1966 to 1983 in rapp township and the canadian school library was one of our favorite places.i went on to study medicine and then neurology but those years at rawatbhata are unforgettable and permanently itched in dad retired from raps in 1996 and i am going there next month after a gap of 15 yrs. dr .anirudh apte, surat
Josiane 08-Mar-2009 12:41
Thank you for being so generous about the pictures. They made me dream...on this sunny Sunday, about far off places full of beauty.
I'm teaching Dutch to foreigners and tomorrow I will be using "wedding033" to prove to them that men also can wear a skirt ! and this even at a wedding party. I hope you do enjoy all your travellings in the future also. I'm wondering were you are right now...*Josiane in Ghent, Belgium
Grethe 27-Feb-2009 21:09
I have been looking at your beautiful pictures from Sun Island in Bolivia and copied some of them for my compendium. I am going there in July this year. Looking forward to that.
Regards from Grethe in Norway
Rajat Verma 06-Feb-2009 16:07
Dear Peter and Jackie,
When I saw the photo gallery of Rawatbhata,I went in a dream and recall me my time which I had spent with my wife and daughter.My wife and daughter Love very much Rawatbhata.We tried to settle there but not found any way as because my family is staying in Allahabad and I am working in a construction company .My Job is tranferrable Job.My Whole family remembers Rawatbhata always.
S.Dayal 30-Jan-2009 10:07
Hello Peter & Jackie
What a refreshing site. Your collection of RAPP Township is being adored in India. People who lived there have appreciated them so much. Thnaks for sharing these photographs.
Andre 31-Dec-2008 16:43
Hello Peter & Jackie
What a refreshing site. Being a world traveler myself, your photos remind me of the past and coming voyages around the world. You are fascinating and I am glad to know that people like you let others, who cannot travel, share images like yours.
I am trying to do my best with my own travels on my Web site , but you are a long way ahead of me. My site is French only for the time being but will soon be in both English and French in a few weeks. I am working hard on it.
Best regards and keep the good work.
Andre the world alpinist
Det 02-Oct-2008 14:29
Sorry Philippines was mistyped.
Det 02-Oct-2008 14:26
Hello Peter & Jackie,
Hope you could also add Phillipines on your list.
Ingat and God bless you.

Guest 02-Oct-2008 06:03
I have looked at your photos of Brunei and it gave me a great insight to what Brunei is like.
From New Zealander
Guest 19-Sep-2008 09:09
Peter & Jakie
Your galleries are amazing, keep on the good work!
Best regards,

Amihay Shraga
Kris 10-Sep-2008 17:40
HI, Thanks for the insight and photos into your travels. I have been to Brazil a few times and it was over 10 years ago that I traveled to Natal. I took pictures at some of the same locations you have. My quality of photo's is very poor compared to yours so if I may use yours when sharing my travel insight on Brazil that would be great.

THanks again.

Marianella 04-Sep-2008 20:53
FEROZ KHAN 26-Jul-2008 16:32
hi,my name is feroz khan,its very good to see rawatbhata on website ,really this time i am missing my home whch street showing in photo gallery,i spent my childhood overe there .i still miss my scool SGTBEC / baal mandir /govt.higher second.RAPS scholl.some more place.i would like to share all of u which i never forget even i usually spents little time when i goes back to home,manav mandir /garden /RPS colony/badoli .these places whre i spent my golden time of scool days.with my freind's. 12-Jul-2008 15:00
Hi there guys... thanks for the photos... i shall be using some of them for my website all the best..Alex.
Josie 13-May-2008 22:14
these are hella cool pics

I am looking for info for my highschool project and these gave me some insight on how the different countries look outside of a map
Guest 01-Feb-2008 04:06
You are more than welcome to use any of our photos for any purpose you like. As we are not professional photographers, we do not expect any form of compensation. We are just happy that so many people from around the world are able to enjoy and make use of our photos. You do not need to ask for permission. It would, however, be nice to hear from you and find out how our pictures are being used -- send us an email.

Wonderful sentiments. Thanks for sharing your explorations. You are a blessed couple.
T 06-Jan-2008 21:35
Thanks for sharing your tango pictures. I just had my first class tonight and wanted to blog about the beautiful dance moves.
Maggie Pedu 04-Jan-2008 12:26
Hello and thank you for the beautiful photos of Brunei. My friend and I are taking a cruise out of Singapore on the
Costa Allegra. The last place we will visit is Brunei. Always wanted to go there! Now I won't have to take any photos!
I will anyway, of course.
I was very surprised to see the housing along the shore! I thought there were just oil wells along the coast. Thanks again. I will get back to you after our trip.
Vijay Dodiya 12-Dec-2007 05:52

Many thanks for sharing the old pics of Rawatbhata. I felt really hapy to see that place again on internet. If you have some more pics of rawatbhata then pls post them. or mail me.
Guest 29-Oct-2007 03:57
I am really enjoying all your photos ! thanks so much for sharing - and happy travels.
Guest 14-Sep-2007 22:56
Superb photo's Pete & Jackie!

I can live vicariously through your phots of our marvelous planet, from my cube here in Woodland Hills, California! ;O)
Jorge Benavente11-Sep-2007 04:29
Peter, Jackie, congratulations. Amazing galleries!!!
Un abrazo desde Punta Arenas, Chile
Jorge Benavente
Guest 16-Jun-2007 12:12
This is stellar work. If I ever see you, I might just ask for your signature.
Melissa 09-Dec-2006 08:03
Cool guestbook, interesting information... Keep it UP
peter 15-Nov-2006 18:29
congratulations and thank you for sharing these pictures. you are obviously great travellers but also people loving . best of everything
Susan 21-Oct-2006 22:14
I stumbled on to your web site researching venezula for a project that is required in my Western Geography class. I enjoyed looking at your pictures, and may download a few.
Anne 20-Oct-2006 12:03
Hi Peter & Jackie
You have stunning photos - really well done for non professional photographers! I really enjoyed the Hobbiton photos. You should visit South Africa, here's lots for you to photograph!!
kiki 11-Oct-2006 19:03
this web site helped me alot so thanks
Melissa 07-Sep-2006 13:14
I have been looking for sites like this for a long time. Thank you!
Michel 29-Aug-2006 13:36
Hello Peter and Jackie,

I dscovered your website while searching for pics of the My Son champa temple in Vietnam. Your site is really great and I spent some time looking at the pics from Asia. I loaded a few of them and added them to my screensaver.

I wish you many new travels around the world and I am looking forward for seeing them here.
Patrick 22-Aug-2006 12:54
Excellent, love it!
Guest 12-Aug-2006 11:40
I am also from RAPP rawatbhata. I like that living so far you remember india RAPP. Now it is RAPS 5 & 6. I m Living in Gujrat in Telecom Deptt. P& T.BSNL.

pervinder singh,Kutchh Gujrat
Debra 19-Jul-2006 10:46
I have been looking for sites like this for a long time. Thank you!
Colleen Finn 14-Jun-2006 08:01
Hi Peter and Jackie,
Great site, I really enjoyed your photos,I am studing art and was looking for pics of Tango dancers. thank you
Hanh T. Lane 31-May-2006 02:11
Dear Peter and Jackie,
Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful photos. I was able to use your photos for my "spot lights", talking about myself and my first homeland to my second grade students. I also mentioned your guys names. Keep taking beautiful pictures!

Hanh Touneh Lane 27-May-2006 22:20
The Site is excellent..!! Wish you all the best.. 19-Apr-2006 14:34
Fabulous site.
Karthik Raja13-Apr-2006 13:29
Wow! You guys are real travelers! It's very nice to see such enthusiasm. I would love to visit all the continents one day. My wife and I also enjoy traveling though we've just started. Please check out our galleries at
Cheers, Karthik
Guest 04-Apr-2006 14:28
I enjoyed viewing all your travel galleries. Its like being there with you guys. Thanks for sharing and really enjoyed reading your beautiful narrations.
Juell Faith 31-Mar-2006 22:04
The Cambodia pictures are so beautiful, Peter & Jackie. I have just moved to NYC, and have not met even one Cambodian, yet. Does anyone know where to meet Cambodian people in NYC? Thank you, Juell Faith email:
Arif khan 24-Mar-2006 15:14
Peter & Jackie,

I liked your photos and the presentation. Very intelligently done. One can see so much of the world right here on your galleries. Thank you.

i am still living here and working in rapp
Cindy 18-Mar-2006 17:17
When the stress of life depresses me, the photos on your website always comfort me.
chan 17-Mar-2006 14:55
good site
Guest 25-Feb-2006 07:11
a wonderful job as great as your guys are
Kevin Deng 22-Feb-2006 03:07
Hi Peter and Jackie, your website is really really fantastic!!! I love it!! Hope you don't mind that I added it to my favorite sites of IE.

Kevin, USA
Angel M. 27-Jan-2006 18:57
Your site popped up when during my search for a "Rhinocerus beetle" pic. My daughter likes bugs/insects and your photos are fantastic!!
Guest 25-Jan-2006 02:30
Peter & Jackie, I love your web site, pictures and adventures. Wow to travel to those areas must be fantastic, what memories. I used your frames, I hope you do not mind. I have 1 question how do you change the color of the frame, I want to change color for my different galleries.
Lalit Karira 12-Dec-2005 07:50
Great job done buddies! Well I used to live in Rawatbhata till 2000 from 1975. All the pics are very nice and are the ones to cherish. Thanks for posting it on WWW for we people to look at it and to remember the old memoirs. Keep up the good work going... Lalit
carl kumpic 10-Dec-2005 02:08
Great pictures! I've traveled a bit around this world and it seems there's always another place to go. After going through your website, it seems there's a whole lot more places to go! Besides taking the pictures, taking the time to write your journals is a real treat! Thanks, Carl Kumpic
Halifax, NS Canada
Austin 19-Nov-2005 18:54
Fantastic. Where do you find the time?

I think you have started something with the RAPP alumni.

austin Knowlton
Harry T. de Beer 13-Nov-2005 21:30
My wife and I lived at the Phase III townssite (near Rawat Bhata) from 1967 till December 1969. The pictures bring back a lot of memories. It would be so nice to know where everybody landed up. I am now 73 years old and live (retired) in Edmonton, AB. Of course I remember Peter and his family. The original Canadian township teacher was Ms. Karger. You have done a marvelous job; I only wish that there more photos!
john havern 29-Oct-2005 21:30
im in awe
kei 04-Sep-2005 07:28
i luv bolivia!!
Mark L01-Sep-2005 08:17
Excellent collection of travel photos.....

I didn't get to see all 10,000, but I enjoyed the ones I looked at.
Looking at the dates, we crossed paths in Puno. Hope you enjoyed your time in South America as much as I did.
Happy travels.......Mark
Guest 29-Aug-2005 13:57
Hi! I'm traveling to Cambodia and I need some help.
Can you contact me?
Kat 26-Aug-2005 13:29
These are some of the most amazing photos I've ever seen! I am so happy that you have photos from Semenggoh Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre in Malaysia, it brings back some great memories and reminds me how cheeky Delima was (I worked there for two months last year). It's great to see her baby is well, she was pregnant (and grumpy) when I was there.
Stanley Ip 26-Aug-2005 04:44
Great journey with very detail story and Great photos. Recall a lot of memories from places I have been for business and holidays in different countries and cities. Thank you.
A guy grown up in Hong Kong for 41 years, now living in Toronto, Canada for 9 years.
Stanley Ip
Auld Lang Syne
Nitin Sareen 23-Aug-2005 11:54
I googeled "Rawatbhata" - for the obvious reason that I spent some years there (my father still works there) - and I saw that you had posted quite a few pictures of the Township colony (there are many more colonies now). It was so nostalgic. Looking at your comments (and name), I guess you were one of the early settlers in RBT.

Nitin, Bangalore, India
James 26-Jul-2005 21:29
Peter & Jackei:
Great pictures. Thanks for sharing all the beautiful photos. I love them all.

James Sakoun Sok, Cambodian in New York City, USA
John09-Jul-2005 03:20
Peter & Jakie

What great pictures I book marked your gallery too many photos to see at once.
I have been to Lima & Machu Picchu February 1995 and seeing your pictures brings me back just as if it were yesterday.

Once again great picture.

John – Long Island , NY
vijay 11-Jun-2005 22:37
I was in Rawatbhat from 1972 to 1975 when the heavy water project was under construction.
Your photographs revived old memories.when were these pictures taken, in 1968?
One thing beats me though.
How do you happen to travel to such fantabulous places in the world?
Good luck on your future endeavours and keep posting the great pictures!!!!
loimy 11-Jun-2005 18:30
Many thanks for bringing back good memories of home. I'm from Brunei but now working in the UK. Best of luck on the rest of your travels!
Guest 06-Jun-2005 01:21
oh! great you have no copyright bullshit niether do i, nice for us all to enjoy!
Guest 06-Jun-2005 01:20

come to greenland, i mean it.

not so lonely scotsman

great travelogue
Tone 31-May-2005 23:52
Your photoes are just amazing!
They really make me go all these places - some day!
Thank you so much for the inspiraton. You are SO lucky!
Guest 11-Apr-2005 11:26
wow you guys have really travelled! thanks for sharing & helping me with some travel ideas
Jackie Main 20-Mar-2005 02:01
Well, not exactly twins...but we do share the same rare name (my man is Ray, though). If you get to Oregon, look us us (Salem)...or to Taiwan, contact my son there (or my other son in Southern California). I too, love photography and recently got a Nikon D-70 but love birding and need to figure how to attach it to my birding scope.
Mark Yates 15-Mar-2005 21:24
I really liked your pictures of the Inca Trail. Hopefully I'll do it later this year.
Yolanda Perez 02-Mar-2005 02:15
Jakie and Peter,

Your pictures of Peru are great. My daughter will be using them for her 6th grade Social Studies report.


Guest 21-Feb-2005 14:06
Your pictures maybe good but, to small to see any details. Best Regards Tepold
Guest 09-Feb-2005 08:00
I would love to know what you do for a job that enables you to travel the globe - I am dying to visit the Antartica and the wildlife pics are fabulous! How lucky you are!
Guest 17-Jan-2005 22:34
What a great couple. You are blessed.
Guest 04-Jan-2005 08:47

Heading to Antarctica on thurs...and really appreciated your stories and insight.

Love your galleries...


Luis 05-Dec-2004 22:05
Great pictures!!!

Especially the ones of Ciudad Bolivar

Thank you.
John Hastings25-Aug-2004 12:10
Hello Peter & Jackie,

I liked your recent ‘Show & Tell’ reflection post and so dropped by to sample your other wares. To say I was unprepared is an understatement!

You are book-marked for frequent future reference – both photographic and travel.

I also admire (and share) your copyright policy.

Thanks for sharing it all.


John H
Guest 10-Aug-2004 10:30
Very impressive your images, i like to watch your gallerie's. Special the part from China.
Enjoy to take pictures.

If you would like please visit my page.
Neerav 21-Jul-2004 12:00

I was pleasantly surprised to see Rawatbhata in your photos. The old ones are simply a treasure for somebody like me who was born in 1974 at Rawatbhata. I really love the place and feel a great sense of belonging to those who are associated with Rawatbhata.

I shared your photos with my father and mother and they were so excited to see the old Rawatbhata pictures, the town they got married in and started their family.

Thanks a Ton !
Tessa & Remko 09-Jun-2004 09:54
Dear Peter and Jackie,

Thank you so much for the awesome fotogallery of our tour in Bolivia. We hope that your website never disappears from the web, because one day we would like to download all the beautiful pictures you made. As you know: we didn't take a camera. Now we have seen your fotos we surely regret our choice for keeping the pictures in our hearts...
We are still travelling, at the moment we are in New Zealand but leaving soon for Australia. Like you did, we also went to Tongariro NP and saw YOUR NAMES in the hut-logbooks. You were there just a few days earlier!!! Our paths almost crossed a second time! Enjoy your travels. Till we meet again. Love,

Tessa & Remko
Jeffrey Shimizu06-Jun-2004 01:07
Peter and Jackie,

Your galleries are amazing, and the stories behind them are a pleasure to read.

I am very, very impressed!

Jeffrey Shimizu
Curitiba - Brasil
Bismarck Cuellar 07-Apr-2004 22:40
Estimado Peter

Felicidades por las hermosas fotos de Bolivia. Soy boliviano y quiero hacer un libro de bolivia. Puedo usar tus fotos y tu nombre?


Vivek SenGupta21-Mar-2004 02:12
Amazing galleries!!! You are very well travelled.

Guest 07-Mar-2004 23:22
Nice Work, I'm a Brazilian living in USA and i was amazed. You're privileged to be able to go to all these places, specially Brazil that i know it has a great sight. Keep the good work up!!!
Guest 31-Jan-2004 15:17
Peter & Jackie,

I liked your photos and the presentation. Very intelligently done. One can see so much of the world right here on your galleries. Thank you.

Arif / Montreal
PS. You are invited to visit Hunza on my galleries. It is one of those remote areas of the world that is not yet very well known.
chris h 30-Dec-2003 15:08
thanks for sharing your travels,really great site/photos and you sound like a nice couple as well!
Sid Richardson 05-Nov-2003 04:01
Hi Peter and Jackie;
What a wonderful group of pictures, we are very impressed. Have not gone through them all at this time and look forward to continueing our journey through your camera's eye.
Got your web page from your Dad who is a member of our Scottich Country Dance Class at Don Mills . Regards, Sid R.
Guest 03-Nov-2003 18:12
He realizado el viaje que mostrais y me habeis rememorado recuerdos maravillosos
Gracias por compartir vuestras fotos
Cindy 25-Sep-2003 06:56
Peter and Jackie thank you both for sharing your great travels around our great world.
I have never made it out of the USA, so your pictures touch me more than of a fellow traveler. I so loved the mountains, waterfalls, and the animals. I cant beleive how lucky you are to have scene so much in your life. I dont know what to say outher than thank you I feld like I was there your pictures were so great. The Orcas and sealions was my favorite. Is there any were you have not been, oh you can take some great pictures. My sincere thanks Cindy
karlc12-Sep-2003 08:22
Hola guys !!

What happened to your plan to visit Mexico and post pictures of it?
I remember there once was a thumbnail announcing that, and as a Mexico aficionado I was really looking forward to that.
As an appetizer for my next trip there you could say ...
Kind regards.

kiki 22-Aug-2003 21:46
Thanks for sharing your far flung travels. I spent several hours pouring over the pictures. Especially enjoyed your pictures of Bolivia. Who'd have thought they'd make furniture from salt? Use what's handy, I guess.

Thanks, too, for your generosity of spirit in offering the photos for people's enjoyment. It's so tiresome to see beatiful photographs in others' galleries with names and copyrights plastered across them.

fgrsgcr 14-Jul-2003 20:46
Preciosas fotos
Guest 17-Jun-2003 17:24
Absolutely spectacular photos - although I have yet to travel to South America, I can dream on and travel in my own home looking at these..............thanks
luisa 16-Jun-2003 15:09
In dec/Jan 2002/2003 I've been travelling through Chile...thanks for your pictures, cannot describe the sensations I lived in Patagonia, and your pictures are one of the best explanations!

bye Luisa (From Rome, Italy)
luisa 16-Jun-2003 14:55
In dec/Jan 2002/2003 I've been travelling through Chile...thanks for your pictures, cannot describe the sensations I lived in Patagonia, and your pictures are one of the best explanations!

bye Luisa (From Rome, Italy)
Mom & Dad 09-Jun-2003 22:48
We thought Antarctica was spectacular, and that whatever followed would be an anti-climax, but Machu Picchu proved us wrong. What a place! ..... and what pictures!
Will Izard 20-May-2003 19:52
Thanks for putting the Potosí photo you took of me up - my friends will a least have one photo to look at now. There are some fantastic photos of South America in there, and it's a great idea what you've done, putting them up on the web.
Guest 02-Apr-2003 02:43
Love your pictures , nice piranha pics, great shots
Guest 17-Mar-2003 04:15
hey, just had a little look at your pics on south america. wow they are amazing!!! i have been traveling now for 17months and have been to venezuela, brasil, paraguay, uraguay, argentina, chile, bolivia, peru,ecuador, columbia, panama, costa rica and am now in nicaragua. and have not seen any of my pics yet, so as you can imagine it was great to see some of yours.

Rahul Dutta16-Mar-2003 09:51
hi , Nice pix from allmost all around the world ....keep up the good work .

I invite u to join .....u'll like it for sure :)

Regards ....

Ken 12-Mar-2003 02:26

Wow - you guy's sure do get around! Nice to have met you down on the Ice.
Keep in touch, and thanks for the extra pictures.
Ken & Cheryl
sailabaco 08-Mar-2003 20:52
Hi Guys, fabulous pics will look for more as your trip proceeds. Stsay well. regards, Mike.
Guest 05-Mar-2003 17:13
So great of those photos!
You are a world wide traveller
nice to meet you ar!
I come from HongKong, my name is Michael, undergraduate university boy
it's great to see your photos especially in Antarctica!!
I also want to travel oversea to boarden my horizons.
Guest 23-Feb-2003 02:23
Great pictures. My group was there November 2002, and your pic fulled a gap in my photo album.Thanx Brothers from Brooklyn, N Y
Guest 07-Dec-2002 22:13
Dear Jackie and Peter,

Lovely photos. Looking forward to seeing where you spend Christmas.

Best regards from Blighty.