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Thanks WindHorse! [[User:Traveler2006|Traveler2006]] 11:34, 28 March 2006 (EST)
Thanks WindHorse! [[User:Traveler2006|Traveler2006]] 11:34, 28 March 2006 (EST)
Hello again WindHorse I would like to ask a small question would you check my stubs and outliners? [[User:Traveler2006|Traveler2006]] 09:51, 29 March 2006 (EST) thanks i apreciate it...

Revision as of 14:55, 29 March 2006

Eiheiji Temple

I moved Eiheiji Temple to Eiheiji, see Talk:Eiheiji Temple. I also corrected the spelling of Eiheiji (it was Eiheji). Please check this article as I changed the emphasis from th temple as a destination to the village as a destination with the temple as an attraction. See Wikitravel:What is an article.


That was an inspired guess, but machan was not a misspelling for machine. It is a sort of elevated platform made of wood where people can sit to catch views of wildlife. --Ravikiran 06:29, 17 Jan 2006 (EST)

...though obviously not inspired enough. Thanks for enlightening me, and also for amending my error. However, do you think that we should actually change machan to 'elevated platform' so that ignoramouses like me will understand the meaning and not change it again. I'll leave the decision in your capable hands. WindHorse 17 Jan 06

I have added an explanation for Machan in the article. The reader will know what is being talked of and would have learnt something new --Ravikiran 13:17, 17 Jan 2006 (EST)


I think the "domestic" format you've used for the 'phone numbers is better, however Wikitravel:Phone_numbers says we're supposed to use the "international" format. My guess is that it won't stay that way forever, so...

Nobody seems to be able to say for sure exactly what the "Get out" section is/isn't for - I'd be tempted to leave Three Pagodas Pass there for now, but either way, I'll leave it in your capable hands, feel free to switch it back if you think that's the best way to go - cheers.

One other - the idea with mentioning both "Kanchanaburi Province" AND "Kanachanaburi" right at the top of the article is so that it acts as a kind of disambiguation - have a look at virtually all the other Thailand province articles.

Recalcitrant breadcrumbs

re "still a problem with breadcrumb lineage"
Try the "dynamic" workaround - usually fixes the problem:
(as opposed to the normal - which should work OK after the page has been accessed using the other URL)


for doing the tedious work of templating and arranging all of Karnataka's districts! --Ravikiran 15:45, 28 February 2006 (EST)

and also for taking care of Eat in Bangalore. I admit that I gave up after 2-3 sections myself, and left it as you probably found it. Tedious work that is appreciated :) -- bulliver 22:18, 18 March 2006 (EST)

Jaigon / Jaigaon

Hi - you created two articles for Jaigon and Jaigaon that appear to me to be the same. Should the Jaigon article be turned into a redirect to Jaigaon? -- Ryan 02:16, 26 March 2006 (EST)

It's close enough in spelling that a redirect should be OK to prevent others from making the same mistake - just change the article text to "REDIRECT #[[Jaigaon]]" and all should be well. -- Ryan 03:21, 26 March 2006 (EST)

Hello WindHorse

Would you like to Help me? Traveler2006 11:11, 28 March 2006 (EST)

Thanks WindHorse! Traveler2006 11:34, 28 March 2006 (EST)

Hello again WindHorse I would like to ask a small question would you check my stubs and outliners? Traveler2006 09:51, 29 March 2006 (EST) thanks i apreciate it...