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  • somtam2000

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    An Italian travel website TripMagazine has something about Travelfish on it, and despite my living in Trieste for two years, my Italian is about as good as my poached eggs -- not good at all.

    If there's any Italian travellers out there reading this, I'd love a translation of the following:

    "Insisto con google e mi ritrovo su Travelfish, indubbiamente il miglior sito oggi in circolazione quando si tratta di fare ricerche nel sud est asiatico. Travelfish non tradisce: hanno una mappa interattiva, dalla quale vengo a sapere che Trat e Ko Chang ricevono solitamente nel mese di luglio 990mm d’acqua, con la pioggia che scende 26 giorni su 31.

    Per fare qualche paragone a Ko Samui la pioggia scende 14 giorni, ma i mm caduti sono 123. Phuket, in pieno monsone, ha 20 giorni di pioggia ma solo 289 mm.

    Con la certezza quindi che se dovessi rimanere qui i 10 giorni che mi rimangono prima di dover tornare a Bangkok e preparare ahimè il rientro a casa, mi ributto subito su Travelfish a cercare un altro posto dove aver possibilità di rifarmi un minimo di tintarella, persa completamente dopo due mesi passati tra Cina e Laos."

    I know it has something to do with the weather -- but that's about all I can manage.

    Multo gracias!

    #1 Posted: 10/8/2007 - 21:52

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  • vale82

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    10th August, 2007
    Posts: 1

    just a quick and short translation:
    "I insist with google and I get to travelfish, undoubtely the best website about south east asia. travelfish will not disappoint you: they have an interactive map, from which I find out that Trat and Ko Chang usually get 990mm of water in july, raining 26 days out of 31.
    For a quick comparison, in Koh Samui you get rain 14 days, but only 123mm. Phuket, in the monsoon season, gets 20 days of rain but only 289mm.
    so, I wouldnt want to spend my last 10 days here before going to bangkok and then home, I go back to travelfish to try and find another place to sunbake, as my tan is all gone after 2 months in China and Laos".

    Ciao!

    #2 Posted: 10/8/2007 - 23:55

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