I am a late 40's female traveller. I am looking to travel SE Asia, i am in Cambodia now. I dont have any plans or real time limits so am flexible ,,
would love to meet up with ppl and have company along the way
anyone interested in meeting please let me know
#1 Debsyb has been a member since 14/1/2014. Posts: 6
Hi Deb! see the reply I posted to you in my thread. 40 solo female.
#2 seekermm has been a member since 1/1/2014. Posts: 5
We are a young (30-31yrs) Canadian couple traveling to thailand/Cambodia from Feb 18 onwards. We are looking for some travel companions. We are familiar with SE Asia (our 3rd time here) - so maybe we can be of some help as well
Moreover, we are also going to root for CANADA during the winter Olympics in Sochi 2014 - bring your jersey if you are an olympics fan
#3 inshadesofblue has been a member since 17/1/2014. Posts: 4
I am planning on a trip in Feb and perhaps we could meet up for company. I usually travel alone and it would be good to have company.
Thanks and regards
#4 jamesthomsun has been a member since 30/1/2014. Posts: 2
I didnt know rooting was an event at the winter games. I will have to watch that.
#6 LeonardCohen1 has been a member since 24/7/2012. Posts: 2,148
Leonard, that was hillarious.
#7 MADMAC has been a member since 6/6/2009. Posts: 6,957
Im guessing the event is held indoors. At least the finals should be. The scoring must be a combo of speed and style i guess.
#8 LeonardCohen1 has been a member since 24/7/2012. Posts: 2,148
Maybe it is like speed skating, with a longer outdoor track built for stamina and a shorter indoor track build for speed (but with lots more bumping and contact). Or perhaps it is like cross-country skiing with a variety of distances and styles. Or maybe it is a combined event, where they add shooting or another skill to the mix. Or maybe it is like bobsled, with two person, four person, and single person luge-style events. Do you think there are separate men's and women's divisions? That might be a problem this year given that the events are in Russia and all.
I know here in North America we are known to root for the home team, but that word definitely means something different in the UK and OZ.
The use of root in this context did lead to a funny double entendre though.
#10 MADMAC has been a member since 6/6/2009. Posts: 6,957