Re: Gaelic in Kazakhstan
- From: The Highlander <micheil@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 08 Oct 2007 01:21:49 GMT
On Sat, 6 Oct 2007 20:51:26 +0100, Ian Smith
On Sat, 06 Oct 2007 02:04:32 GMT
The Highlander <micheil@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Perhaps one or two here remember me saying that we once had a Gaelic
language post from Kazakhstan, a former Soviet Republic, which border
on China, Russia and Uzbekistan? Well yesterday I met a very pretty
girl from Tajikistan, just north of Afghanistan and bordering on
China, and she reminded me of the young lady from Kazakhstan and today
I did some googling and found her blog site!
Plus a profile:
These occasional contacts from Gaels far away always give me a thrill!
Her Moscow link has some excellent pictures of Moscow and other
places. Her name is Flùr (Flower). Some of the other links are to
people I actually correspond with on occasion!
And knowing how interested SCS'ers are in foreign cultures, here is a
selection of "Girls of Almaty!" from another site about the region.
And it gets better - click each picture to enlarge!
Very nice! I quite like the Hawaiian theme shot.
That makes two of us!
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