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Ja, man kann sich vieles dazu denken ;))

hello nacho and efejota and erika, thank you for your nice comments and specially for STAR

have a nice smiles around you


Tolle Aufnahme. FAV+LIKE. Gruß Heinz.

Hi Andy Thanks.....for yours nice comment . Greeting from Israel, Yacov

Hi Begoña Thanks..... Best Greeting .Yacov

Thank you Edward.

Grandiosa!!!!!, saludos desde Paraguay.

Ha! "Forget Hákarl." Once tasted, never forgotten! If I went back I'd probably try again, though the seabirds might get most of a pack. Once every 40 some years is probably enough for a sample. I do like many strong tasting foods that have largely died out in the modern world—sometimes for a good reason—and like to try "traditional" wherever. I also realize, like many "traditional Icelandic foods" some originated in scarcity and necessity where one was forced to "develop the taste" or else. For some I have the taste, for a few I develop it and then there are those just best left in memory, lore and legend. Or perhaps ceremonial events intended to remind us of bare survival and what was required.

Danke rabauli. Gruß T. Aurin

Don't delete it , its part from the life in this case in the open street. In every city's in Israel or in Germany same times you can find it.


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