Thursday, June 19, 2014

The where's Waldoniel 2014 edition

Even yours truly has felt the need to escape it all for a few days. Alone, far from the madding crowd. Work crisis under control as much as it is possible these days, S.O. stable, it was time to take care of myself. I know I am going to pay for it eventually, but I will have more energies, I hope.

This is where I am.


Bonus for guessing it right: if you are in the area you can write me to invite me for drinks Friday night.

Hint: it is not a place deserved by American airlines, otherwise I would be stranded and in need to look for a rental...

WHAT is this life if, full of care,
We have no time to stand and stare?— {Davies}

20 comments:

  1. what if i wanted a break like that,but had no money?

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    1. The more than likely you live in the US

      Firepigette

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  2. Well deserved time away Waldoniel.
    The photo looks like taken fron Las Salinas de Pampatar.

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    1. Quite close. More details please?

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    2. That's the faro de Pampatar, at the end of La Caranta. You are on the north side, where the salinas are. Close enough?

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    3. The salinas and the pueblo de pescadores.

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    4. Yo won. Now you got to take me out for drinks.

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    5. It will remain pending until you come up here to the north pole, but if you do, I will certainly do.

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  3. California Lighthouse, Aruba.

    Laz

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  4. Dr. Faustus10:19 PM

    I got it! That's the view looking west outside of your hotel room from the 'Place Vendome' in Paris!
    No, wait,....wait, er, hold-on a minute, sorry, that was last year's trip....;) Never mind.

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  5. The point is called Punta Ballena, at the south-east corner of Margarita. But, I would give the win to Caroline.

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  6. Well I was way off, googling french lighthouses. Have a nice rest, Daniel.

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  7. Anonymous11:06 AM

    Good done Daniel! You deserve it.

    Alicia

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  8. Boludo Tejano11:47 AM

    Great Salt Lake?

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  9. La tierra de Vytas Brenner

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  10. Boludo Tejano6:29 PM

    Correction: Great Salt Pond. [As in Great Britain and the US being "across the pond."}

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  11. Great Daniel, enjoy.

    JSB, great to see you back!

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  12. I do believe these pics were taken close to there.

    http://instagram.com/p/Q5t4SKusPP/

    http://instagram.com/p/NhTMyrusHQ/

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    1. I am a philistine but i have drawn the line at Instagram...... I have no time to look over my very own pictures on a regular basis, thus I see no point in looking those of other folks. Maybe it is a mistake but so be it, Heck, I am even considering quitting Facebook for good.....

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    2. I should add that I see no point of a picture without a narrative, suggested by the picture or attached, but a narrative nevertheless.

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