Hello Ian, as I can see you're always travelling, "oooh, what a lucky man, he was (is)..." as a song of the group Yes said... Beautiful shot, best wishes, Edmundo
Yes understood for they travelled a lot themselves!
It really has been a privilege, but soon I will be retiring from my role as Principal at the college: 4 weeks to go. Then does the travelling stop, or does it continue?
We certainly will begin some 'recreational travel' for until now I have had the privilege of wonderful work-related travelling. This will mean we get to choose to go some places that we haven't been. And I can think of a few!
I will be continuing with some leadership in the peacebuilding scene and also my wife and I will be teaching a semester per year in Tonga at the Methodist Theological College.
And thanks for the appreciation and the greetings.
I didn't knew about your work as a Principal Ian, well I think you'll be happy and sad at the same time... I hope some of your recreational travels takes you to these lands and then I'll be glad to be your guide, best wishes, Edmundo
That would be wonderful, indeed. It has been language that has held me back from visiting your continent, Edmundo, so to know you through Panoramio is very special indeed. I also realise that it is a vast continent, so I will have to plan very carefully for that day,if it is ever possible. Thank you for your special offer.
Wonderful Ian looks wonderful this place.
I especially like the old 'great' oak in front of the picture.
Thanks Erik. The oak is special indeed, and for me from outside of Europe the thatched and timber framed houses always have a special appeal to our eyes. The walk, the picnic and the glades in the forests were all most enjoyable.
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Photo taken in Eremitagesletten, 2800 Lyngby, Denmark
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