User talk:Burmesedays/Archives 2010
Star for Bali
hey just wondering why u keep changing everything in bali. i lived there for a long time and i have a first hand knowledge of local places. i dont think it is right to take charge of a whole place like that. WIKI should be based on popular opinion not on one persons experience. user ip 18.104.22.168
Since you were so instrumental in making the London cotm our most successful collaboration of all time, I thought you might like to look over the results. Thanks again for your help! --Peter Talk 14:13, 1 January 2010 (EST)
Dear Sir, My most humble applogies should I have offended anybody. I have very little experience in your world and fully appreciate your guidance.
Pemba Dive & Bush Camp was developed on request by travellers and has provided a service that has been which are the following: PEACE & QUIET: No traffic, no loud music, no loud noises till early hours of the morning. SAFETY: (I have received clients robbed with broken bones)We have a clean history. ACTIVITIES: - The last fourteen years travellers complained there is nothing to do. The Dive Lodge is offering 15 activities for free. BUDGET: free coffe/tea, ativities, service. ORIANTATION: Put detailed information on the web. A notice board is up with different Islands, venues and sightseeing locations. SOLLUTIONS: Often we receive tourists with problems who are not our clients that have been in a tight spot or robbed and we have solved all problems, because of the conservation and community service we have given in Pemba. My husband was born in Pemba.
The traveller now has a CHOICE with the two camping locations and we do complement each other very well and neither are the best. Overlander rate the camp site "Excellant". Kingley Holgate quoted "The best Base Camp in the Southern Hemisphere" The two above had a choice where they wanted to stay! The community with pride have rated "El Pirate" kite boarding and "Pemba Dive & Bush Camp" the two best places in Pemba. Pemba has a bad reputation of being very expensive and we have accommodated this.
Does a new lodge that has just been developed according to the popular requests of travellers gets throwen out, without an explination or email. I understand you are over whelmed with so many emails fully appriciate your time. What do you recommend tourism would like to read. Thank you. Happy New Year to you and keep up your great work. Kind regards
Brenda Franck [email protected] www.pembadivecamp.com
My reply is:
Regarding your comment about a consistent extlink violation, if it is excessive don't be afraid to put them on the blacklist, but be sure to leave a comment on Wikitravel talk:Local spam blacklist so that there is a pointer as to why the link was added. In the past this has been a very effective way of getting someone's attention, and it's easy enough to remove them once they agree to abide by the site policies. Also, I've yet to notice you taking advantage of your new "rollback" button - if an edit can be reverted with the need for comment (such as obvious vandalism) it's a handy tool and a bit quicker than the "undo" button :) -- Ryan • (talk) • 21:35, 4 January 2010 (EST)
--KillerGhoulSlaya2457 03:34, 5 January 2010 (EST)
Hi - Why did you delete Safari Care from the Arusha page ? It doesn't seem any different from the other safari companies listed there. I don't have any connection to them, I'm just wondering/making sure my understanding of WT's guidelines is consistent. Thanks. - Alingelb 13:54, 6 January 2010 (EST)
--FourGreenLights 01:56, 8 January 2010 (EST)
Dear Sir, can you please explain why some links are deleted and others not? And if there is a payment link? Because I do not see another reason.Link to charter companies you leave but link to camp site you erase. I'm talking about page http://wikitravel.org/en/Croatia#Sleep.
Can you please answer my? I'm very interested for this.
Thank you for all information. I will tray put information about camping like you tell my. I will send to you information about this.
Hello, I put my information like you tell my but some thing, informations was delete.
Public Domain Pic
I got it from a forum site, posted by someone, I don't know if it has rights or not but it was publicly posted in that forum; , scroll down and you'll see it. You can feel free to delete it if you want to :) there are other pics that I have picked from google, that I think don't have rights due to no labels written on it. You can delete those pics if you want to, i don't really mind. The two pics in the DO SECTION other than Bacollywood is taken from the website of Provincial government sites of Bacolod and Neg. Occ. Cheers :)
SnappyHip 04:07PM, 12 January 2010 (UTC)
Hi Burmeseday. First, I hope you had a good start in the new year and had some time to relax! I have seen that you also patrol quite often Recent changes. Could you please always use either undo, rollback or write hard remove with the user ID in the text? Ryan and myself started to systematically block user id's that are frequently used by spammers, vandals etc.? It has an effect as some IP number ranges seem to be more often spammers than others. Thanks and best regards from snowy Zurich jan 10:39, 14 January 2010 (EST)
Thanks! I am still working on the map, will try to get the text in the white box to be readable as well. Was quite a work to use three different maps and make it something interesting, glad it worked. --globe-trotter 21:42, 13 January 2010 (EST)
Hi Burmesedays. I honestly do not understand why you keep moving the information about getting FROM Lembar Harbour. This is all specific information about leaving Lembar for other destinations. As what I understand information about getting FROM Lembar should be under GET OUT; information about getting TO Lembar should be under GET IN. Am I missing the point?
question about Yekaterinburg page
Hi! Could you please explain me why did you remove the information about our travel agency from the page about Yekaterinburg? I see, that this page already contains info about other agencies, that's why it's unclear to me. And tell me please if I can add this information using listings. Sunady 15:23, 17 January 2010 (EST)
Thank you very much for your answer! Sunady 09:14, 18 January 2010 (EST)
Beijing embassy section formatting
Hi Burmesedays! The embassy section for Beijing is displayed in a really akward way, at least in my browser. But I saw you’ve undone my changes, so I suppose you want to keep that kind of table markup. Should something like “| style="vertical-align:top;width:50%;" |” be added then? I saw that in other embassy sections (Copenhagen, London,…). Thanks!
Hmmm, do you have an equivalent template here? Tristan Thomas 17:34, 20 January 2010 (EST)
I noticed you were hoping for some help on the map expedition with regionalizing African countries. I have attempted to do so with Senegal: Talk:Senegal
Also, as a delayed response, your organization of Oman looks good! ChubbyWimbus 00:28, 22 January 2010 (EST)
Good Work on those maps! However I noticed a small mistake on your map from Lao PDR, the place in the upper right should be Nong Kiau not 'Nong Thiaw'
Hi Burmesedays! I do not agree with all your changes you made on this article today. See the discussion of the article. Hans-Jürgen Wiese 22:20, 26 January 2010 (EST)
Removing Paws for Cats and Dogs, Fort Bragg, CA?
At 04:42, 26 January 2010, you undid revision 1362633 due to zero interest for a visitor
Zero interest? I respectfully disagree. The contribution is specifically for recreational vehicle travelers with pets.
-- 22.214.171.124, 21:41, 27 January 2010
Hi! I just did the DotM change for February and when i updated the schedule for March i realised next change will be Bali. I took the first picture from the Bali article for the time being but maybe you have another one you prefer. I would be glad if you comment or change. Best regards from freezing Zurich, Jan
Ought we to have a London bus subsection in the UK article? Perhaps it would fit better in the London article? Andyfarrell 03:32, 2 February 2010 (EST)
Hello! I would like to know if my last contributions are worthy. I hope that we have worked well. Please do not delete redirects. Best regards, Mr. man 08:11, 2 February 2010 (EST)
Regarding this guy, I'd advise to just revert everything and otherwise ignore him. We get tons of hotel spam from that ip range, which is associated with some marketing firm. I have successfully in the past made contact with this type of marketer, and got him to "reform" and do a better job with the listings, but ultimately what was the benefit? We got a ton of barely acceptable listings all at the behest of whoever pays marketers to spam our pages, and it wasted a ton of other users' time to monitor and clean up. So, best to just revert on sight when you see a hotel tout doing these sorts of mass spammings across multiple pages. Also, for a laugh, see User:Peterfitzgerald/Touts. --Peter Talk 12:25, 3 February 2010 (EST)
Don't you ever go to sleep ;-)126.96.36.199 00:18, 4 February 2010 (EST)
Thanks for your advice on maps, ClausHansen 07:47, 5 February 2010 (EST)
Congratulations! And nice map—extra points for the creative touches showing the two levels of detail ;) It's very gratifying to hear that my cheerleading played a role in the development of such an excellent guide (to which I've never been)! --Peter Talk 11:19, 8 February 2010 (EST)
Diving in Saipan
I've gone through the Category:Articles needing attention and this caught my eye; Dive sites of Saipan and Dive sites of saipan, I don't know if one should be merged, moved or deleted but these articles really need attention. -SnappyHip 18:27, 10 February 2010 (GST)
Discriminaton on Romanian WikiTravel
Sir, please help me on the Romanian Wikitravel I block all accounts Mr. Vlad. Please tell me to unlock this account even consider it discrimination. Please tell you this. --Ervin C. 09:04, 11 February 2010 (EST)
Sir, I can not discuss that issue there are blocked, just unblock me where we can talk there. --Ervin C. 10:05, 11 February 2010 (EST)
No capitals in directions
Hi Burmesedays, I noticed that you made some minor changes in the Nusa Lembongan article. In the accommodation listings (and other listings) you made the directions starting with a capital letter. I don't think that is correct, because directions are between brackets and most of the times not even a sentence. Please read:  You see, I am getting an experienced Wikitravel author :-) Whatsinaname 15:00, 12 February 2010 (EST)
Hey, I just wanted to ask, if I'm starting a Province article what kind of template should be used? Thanks, cheers. - SnappyHip 11:45, 15 February 2010 (GST)
Hi, yesterday you edited my Burry Port page, by deleting the photos because of copyright reasons. I was wondering where is there a resource that i can get copyright free photos from? i thought yesterday, by referencing them as from Flikr that that'd be ok. obviously not...i'm very new to this so any help would be great. thanks KingFantastic
Just wanted to know why you deleted my additions to the Grahamstown page if you did.
Read that now and am in the process of editing all my pages..Also very new to this so still getting used to the style etc. Is it possible for you to undivert my Grahmastown page and allow me the chance to edit it.
Please do not insert incorrect information as you have done in the Cambodia article. Your insistence on reverting a flawed and bigoted claim is rather concerning. Please could you also not delete comments from other users talk pages.
Circumventing Gili Trawangan
I don't know if the Internet cafe was really called Lightening. Forgive me if my spelling checks are too enthusiastic for the likes of Indonesian islands. Great work on the article, btw. --inas 17:25, 25 February 2010 (EST)
I have to disagree with you about the vacation rentals section in Sleep. These are legitimate long-standing apartment rental agencies that do provide places to "sleep". I believe this is useful information. Since there was nothing spammy about the inclusions, I'd like to hear your reasoning for deleting them. I've reverted them for now. Or do you think they should be under one of the sub-headings (eg Mid-range)? dgns13 10:33, 26 February 2010 (CET)
Bali is dotm
Hi Burmesedays! I just switched Bali to dotm for this month. Usually the switch results in an increase in spam because it is linked on the mainpage. I thank you for your excellent work that made Bali as dotm happen and hope you can enjoy it a bit this month. jan 05:40, 1 March 2010 (EST)
What tool do you use in making maps? :) your maps seem to be a lot better than the others. Have a nice day :). -SnappyHip 13:03, 4 March 2010 (GST)
I see that you reverted my reversion on the Perth page. I initialy reverted this edit because the info ("Watch out for lesbian mud wrestling after 2am on a Wednesday night/Thursday morning.") is not only wrong, its a somewhat offensive/homophobic. Connections is a gay club and while they certainly have lesbians, they dont have "lesbian mud wrestling" as an attraction. To avoid an edit war, I want to get your agreement to remove this info that, I believe, should not be there. Cardboardbird 20:15, 4 March 2010 (EST)
Can I ask why my entry for Roomzzz Manchester was deleted by yourself? I can see nothing wrong with the entry that I wrote, and complied with everything Wiki asks for
Blue Mountains Link
I've put up a reply to your post on the Blue Mountains page - keep the debate going - it is an interesting one.
Image in Kerala- the one u allege in Lonely planet
This image is from Wikipedia, an image from Wikicommons- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Munnar_hillstation_kerala.jpg.
This is licensed to use in all wiki areas by the user. This is a free image and freely available on net. And I own this picture, with permission from its original user- Bimal K.C, a freelancer photographer and my friend, who has given permission to me.
All pictures currently in Kerala page, mostly belongs to wikicommons and used extensively in other wikipedia, thereby licensed use in Wikitravel
Thanks for your comments on maps. I noticed that it is stated somewhere that park labels should be white, but it does not work if the park has a lot of white street, what do you suggest? And on the shading, how should it be done?, --ClausHansen 08:31, 11 March 2010 (EST)
Themegroup is at it again. Now they have created a new category "Hotels nearby". Sorry, don't have time to do anything about it as have to get to a meeting. Shep 08:15, 17 March 2010 (EDT)
W National Park
Thx for organizing the golf section for me. I added all the info yesterday but couldn't figure out how to make that area its own subcategory. So I was gonna research how to do that and come back today and get it looking pretty but when I came back it was all done! --Diaboyos 16:10, 22 March 2010 (EDT)
Recently, I reverted two new listings for apartments as they linked to an agent's homepage but did not mention any adress or phone. The listings were reinserted by the original contributor and you made a small change. I guess this means that you have patrolled the new listings and find them ok. For my understanding, why should these listings not be deleted per Apartment listings which states that agents should provide adress and phone? This is not a big deal, I only try to understand our policy and to make patrolling more uniform, --ClausHansen 05:05, 26 March 2010 (EDT)
Well guys, I am the owner of the Blue Monkey in PM. I'm not sure how you decided that I was an "agent" — the property has and always had a real life address (addresses in Latin America are a bit less specific than Europe or North America)— but your assumption was wrong. I wrote a note on the talk/discussion page of PM pointing out that the deletion policy as I read it suggests putting the objection to an "offending" property on the talk page and reaching a consensus with other Wikis before deleting. The arbitrary deletion of my listings was a disappointment as someone who is no longer online had taken them off in January for no good reason — and I didn't find out until last week. You both obviously take your roles seriously but getting it incorrect like you did has real-world consequences. Deleting a valid listing can result in a very real loss of income for the owner and the loss of an opportunity for a Wikitourist to stay in very nice place at a reasonable rate.
Yes you're right, you did come to my defense. I injudiciously posted my comments on your page because Claus mentioned he deleted it. Just for my information, where are phone numbers required for a post in Wiki policy? I can't find that rule anywhere.
Vienna Apartments - infobox
The infobox is a very unobjective presentation of the situation and it generally advises to avoid vacation apartments, there are many honest apartments, I urgently ask for an objective presentation! It is not correct that most apartments are not operated 100% legally (where is the proof?!) It IS good to find independent review though. Where is the proof that they are used by sepculators and are of low quality and that they play a role in gentrification? (give sources!) There are hundreds of apartments in Vienna that are operated 100% legally and morally - so this infobox is a vilification of these "good" apartment owners!
Hi! Just saw that you reverted your own deletion for watersports in Phuket. I strongly suggest we delete it or otherwise we will end up as the Phuket yellow pages next week ;-) It will be hard to deny other their entry. jan 11:19, 29 March 2010 (EDT)
Hi! I have seen that you combat the SEO's that currently flood our articles. I regularly use http://centralops.net/co/DomainDossier.aspx to see who is behind an IP adress. It's easy to use and in most cases you find easily to which spammer/SEO the adress belong. The guy you currently combat is from the Indian company Directi Internet Solutions Pvt. Ltd. and have a seperate section for Wikis on their page. jan 07:24, 30 March 2010 (EDT)
Perth Districts map
Thanks for your offer to help with the districtifying of Perth. I have put an image on the talk page for you to consider. Cardboardbird 08:16, 12 April 2010 (EDT)
What?? What you also propose merging Everest information into the Alps? Manaslu and Annapurna are DIFFERENT locations mate.188.8.131.52 14:17, 13 April 2010 (EDT)
thank you for your attention
we are working on shkoder on openstreetmap, you removed the link. also those poi are being added to the list. I think we should have them, I will update them as we go along. people can also google for them and you find results. thank you mike
I have read all of this, and everything indicates that links to the openstreetmap wiki and site are ok. please put my links back. thank you mike
H4ck3rm1k3 17:42, 19 April 2010 (EDT)
Nice map - feedback on my talk page. --inas 21:54, 21 April 2010 (EDT)
I realize this may be more U.S. parochialism, but I don't agree with moving Georgia (country) to Georgia. At the very least, I would like to see some discussion of it before making that move. LtPowers 09:06, 23 April 2010 (EDT)
Hi! I saw that you will take care of the map for Abkhazia. Peter and I "adopted" the article a bit because it attracts significant political attention (especially during the rather continious Georgian-Russian exchange of unfriendly encounters...). The location map in the top right corner was introduced by the Abkhazian foreign ministry and it would be perfect if you could do an unbiased version that reflects the current undecided international position on that. I will follow the discussion closely because i bet my hat that we will get destructive comments once someone starts to touch it... jan 09:13, 23 April 2010 (EDT)
Guatemala needs serious help mate. It needs re-organizing. I'm not sure about the other destinations list, volcanoes, ruins etc. -SnappyHip 03:12, 25 April 2010 (GST)
Hi - I noticed you have been giving some feedback to User:Lturner about their map at [[Sydney/City East[[. Although the map is nice enough, I'm not sure that we have any precedent for having a region type map in a "lowest level" destination guide. I've started a discussion on the talk page for the article, and as always I would value your opinion. --inas 19:05, 29 April 2010 (EDT)
Sure, using a single article for small islands is pretty standard. We usually use a small city article template for such cases, but if you think a region article template would fit better, give it a try! I'll take a look at Guatemala once I get a chance. --Peter Talk 08:04, 1 May 2010 (EDT)
Unfortunately I don't have this map yet, been virtually broke these past while, but now that I'm back to a normal secure job in the relatively well paying insurance industry (even travel related too :o) ) I plan on spending my first salary getting my PC repaired next month, no guarantee I can save the old files though. In any case feel free to use it as a base for a new image. --Stefan (sertmann) talk 11:18, 1 May 2010 (EDT)
Can you check the Bohol article? I think it's somewhat copied from somewhere, in the Dosection it says (Quoted from "Your Guide to Bohol" by Sanchez-Bronce, Loop and Carpentier) and like can hotels be listed in the sleep section in a region article? -- SnappyHip 21:42, 2 May 2010 (GST)
From what I can see, it looks like you and Vidimian did a painstaking and rather bang-up job on that clean up/regioning! What were the two outstanding questions? It looked like one was whether to go with the name Izabal or Caribbean Guatemala? --Peter Talk 18:23, 2 May 2010 (EDT)
coup of tea
Hi! I remember that we discussed tea and coffee qualities during the CotM for London. I will be in London next week and just recognised that my favourite tea shop has ceased it's business in Covent garden. Do you have a tip for quality tea shop? Thank you very much in advance and have a relaxing weekend, jan 11:47, 7 May 2010 (EDT)
Bougainville and other islands
I think your approach makes a lot of sense. Despite some objections that is what we have done for Tongatapu and Vava'u, just having one regional article without listing the main city(ies) separately. Shep 13:46, 7 May 2010 (EDT)
Re: A copyright question
A quick search turns up little information on copyright in Papua New Guinea. I'm under the impression that the U.S. is fairly unique in releasing federal government works into the public domain, so it's not safe to assume that for any other government in the world. Absent a copyright notice, we have to assume copyright. That said, there are a few maps in wikipedia:commons:Category:Maps of Bougainville; are none of them suitable? LtPowers 15:31, 7 May 2010 (EDT)
You know, I didn't even look that closely at the maps on Commons, but the UN map you mentioned appears to be the source of the one used on the the tourism web site you linked. LtPowers 21:48, 7 May 2010 (EDT)
Hi Burmesedays. Could you please revert all the edits made by this anon user to Crimea article (i.e. back to this version), they are all perfect examples of vandalism. Intermediate edits doesn't let me undo them one by one and you seem to be only admin online at the moment (as far as I can see from recent changes). – Vidimian 07:45, 14 May 2010 (EDT)
Tanjung-lombok first draft of new article posting on Tanjung discussion page
Hi and thanks for the encouragement on the Tanjung article. if PLN does not switch the power off on me again I will go ahead and put the Tangung draft up on the talk page in a minute and unless it looks really out of whack I will move it across to the main article page after a bit of a look over. You may like to run your eyes over it. Hope some other may like to help out once it is up and by all means take care of Oberoi, I have only laid in the basics at this point. Thanks againfelix 13:06, 20 May 2010 (EDT)
Hi! Lately the same jerks market their business in Nusa Lembogan and it is pretty time consuming to revert them. I suggest toblacklist them. Nanuk especially constantly violates our policies. Would you agree or is Nanuk definetly worth being listed in the sleep section? jan 06:57, 21 May 2010 (EDT)
Hi Burmesedays, good work on tidying up my recent work on the accom listings. As you may have noticed I came back to them tonight and started going through cleaning them up and then noticed you were doing the same. Could you also look over the Tangung article as I am hoping it is fir for use now. Your fresh eye could possibly be well applied to that as well.felix 12:17, 23 May 2010 (EDT)
Gunung Rinjani erupting
Hi Burmese days. Looks like my gut feeling on Rinjani was correct as it has been erupting with ash and small lava flows since saturday. Hence my earlier editing the page with the official alerts and advisories. I think we should consider putting back some of the info again with content updated to today. My information at the time was that the trekking and guide outfits were completely ignoring the advisories and taking people to the summit, the hot springs and the lake. Well they might be getting into some hot water or something even more exciting soon. I think we should have a think about the warning panel or the Current activity section I was proposing. Your suggestion of the warning panel is good but may be unnecessarily frightening to some at this time, where as a Current activity section may be more appropriate at this time and a panel if things really heat up (sorry could note resist that). I will look into the official reports in the next hour or so PLN permitting (already off 5 times today). FYI ...Also posted this not to the Rinjani talk pagefelix 00:56, 24 May 2010 (EDT)
I originally did this to set up a re-direction as I kept on inadvertently typing Ringani instead of including Mount as a prefix. I assume there are others out there as vague as I am so I thoiught I would do a redirect. Having no idea how to do this I failed and so did a basic page with a understand section and links to Mount Rinjani Please help me out with this and let me know what is the appropriate way of handling this.
Oh well, "usable" as presently described doesn't seem too relevant to countries anyway, as it talks about having good listings, and these are not supposed to be part of country articles. What progress with the map? Shep 01:18, 24 May 2010 (EDT)
Sengiggi seems to have had a relapse
Hi I think the eruptions at rinjani a couple of nights ago have caused a seismic disturbance and Tangung has found it's way back into the Senggigi article again. I thought this had been clarified as a serious misunderstanding of both geography, regions and distance some time ago. Its back... good heavens I have even done an article on Tanjung in an effort to esure clarity in the matter and we ended up doing a restructure on all of lombok creating the new region structure.
"The Senggigi region can be broadly divided into four areas: far northern Tanjung, north Mangsit Beach, central Senggigi and the southern stretch near Batu Bolong. All four lie along the same two-lane coastal road, and the exact boundaries of each areas are rather ill-defined. One section bleeds into another. Pockets of development can be found...
...Lombok's post-2000 misfortunes hit Senggigi hard, with many developments halted and businesses closed and boarded up. Things are starting to improve again, with a few new villas going up, shops re-opening and attracting more tourist who seek the solitude and unspoiled scenery of Lombok."
You might want to have a look. I am a bit distracted at the minute but it needs to be fixed up.felix 10:51, 24 May 2010 (EDT)
avoid edit war
proof-reading is definitely welcome on the article Hong Kong, but please avoid undo, vandalism and removal of others' contribution. This travel guide is a teamwork not a solo and no travel guide could be complete without local insight. The reason that "there's a grammar mistake" doesn't make up an excuse to remove the entire contribution of anyone.
Please reply to the talk page and explain the reason why you feel like to replace the updated information with misleading information. --184.108.40.206 23:33, 24 May 2010 (EDT)
Listing more than one
I have to disagree with you about you removed my contribution under pattaya section. I'm just trying to highlight other stuff which people can do in Pattaya. Other businesses like Apex or Tony were also being listed more than one, and don't get deleted. Please clarify why is that so? Thank you. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Ekachart (talk • contribs)
/* Downtown Jacksonville */
Where would you put safety/crime stats?
Write the facts in regular prose e.g. Jacksonville is known in Florida for it's high crime rate. xyz (name the district or disribe the area) neighborhood at I-95 is ranking in the top10 crime ridden areas of the USA. So better avoid xyz during day and night and use common sense in the rest of the city Keep in mind that Jacksonville needs to be seen in comparison with other cities in the world. I guess that people from Port_Moresby#Stay_safe, Kabul or Haiti would prefer to live in Jacksonville compared to their current hometown ;-) jan 10:42, 1 June 2010 (EDT)
looks like hijacking mischief is occurring on both Rinjani and Senggigi pages by an ip 220.127.116.11
On 14:29, 31 May 2010 ( 18.104.22.168 ) made some alterations to [Rinjani] (→Guides and trekking agencies) Rinjani trekking club details were changed giving a different URL, address and contact details:
I note your recent edit of contact details for Rinjani trekking Club by ip 22.214.171.124 on the [Rinjani} page. This person has also been active on the [Senggigi] page leading to a very quick -undo- by Jc8136. This iindividual seems to have quite a lot of activity racked up on pages with lombok tourism content. The person appears to represent <http://www.lombokholidaytour.com> and often uses the name <Adietya>
I have provided fuller detail on my talk page, thanksfelix 09:35, 2 June 2010 (EDT)
I would like to know why you removed the restaurant list from this page. This helps people who visit dindigul to have a choice of restaurants to eat.. Can I add them back in the page?
Thanks Kbala1055 04:00, 4 June 2010 (EDT)
Hangin' out in Sydney
Thanks for hanging around in Sydney recently. It is more interesting editing with your robust contributions to the discussions. --inas 19:20, 6 June 2010 (EDT)
Chiang Mai map
I love your maps -- they are fantastic. Please make us one for Chiang Mai, Thailand if you can find the time. Jo Nathan
Hi Burmesedays, you have been very quiet lately. Perhaps you might like to have a look at Mount Rinjani as it is getting a bit messy. They are clearly well intentioned edits but are getting a bit crusty around the edges.felix 09:38, 13 October 2010 (EDT)