Partly OT : A PDay Dream

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Partly OT : A PDay Dream

patStc
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Joined: May 13th, 2010, 1:19 am

October 3rd, 2012, 3:54 pm #1

I've been dreaming about attending pday since I first saw it here. Where else would almost complete strangers fly halfway around the globe to meet others over a silly watch?

From the comfort of my iPhone surfing pcom, I was suddenly transported from virtual world to real world.
Are those French croissants?

French sidewalks? French River? French Horse?






Am I really in Paris en route to London for pday? Luckily I brought along my trusty buddies Yeu Huan aka hugewhaleshark and Jimmy aka the godfather just to be sure .



Paris is a beautiful city with wonderful architecture and a laid back alfresco culture






A panoramic view from montparnasse tower




The food was great too, had the best mussels ever at Montmartre





And fantastic roast chicken from a sidewalk rotisserie. Look at that colour !


Of course the main reason we came here was to visit the ristis. Everyone of you is pure class and thanks for hosting us guys
Steve Krawses lovely wife was surprised that most of us just met that night as we seemed like long time friends. Guess that's why pcom is so great




Before we leave for London, 3 guesses on who this is ??


The moment we hit London the pace picked up considerably as the city is more hustle bustle than their neighbour





The subway made me feel like a ninja turtle at times

Luckily I spent some time playing golf at a local course with my little nephew




My dream also included a visit to a historic castle complete with dungeons and dragons(ok a little exaggeration )






London's food scene is an eclectic mix of pub food





Michelin Star dining







And the best lobster noodles ever


Must have gained 3kgs during this trip

Saving the best for last
Pday, including the side activities, what an event! What stellar organization from a bunch of good men, you Brits really outdid yourselves.





Separated at birth ?


A French looking person named Odell




About to wake up now, but have nightmares about 2 blokes that keep reappearing in my dream
The money lender


And this chap, words can't describe


All too soon good dreams come to an end but the memories last a lifetime.



Thanks for looking !






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October 3rd, 2012, 4:01 pm #2

And yes the memories will last a lifetime

P-Day London...DONE!
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covactanks
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October 3rd, 2012, 4:02 pm #3

I've been dreaming about attending pday since I first saw it here. Where else would almost complete strangers fly halfway around the globe to meet others over a silly watch?

From the comfort of my iPhone surfing pcom, I was suddenly transported from virtual world to real world.
Are those French croissants?

French sidewalks? French River? French Horse?






Am I really in Paris en route to London for pday? Luckily I brought along my trusty buddies Yeu Huan aka hugewhaleshark and Jimmy aka the godfather just to be sure .



Paris is a beautiful city with wonderful architecture and a laid back alfresco culture






A panoramic view from montparnasse tower




The food was great too, had the best mussels ever at Montmartre





And fantastic roast chicken from a sidewalk rotisserie. Look at that colour !


Of course the main reason we came here was to visit the ristis. Everyone of you is pure class and thanks for hosting us guys
Steve Krawses lovely wife was surprised that most of us just met that night as we seemed like long time friends. Guess that's why pcom is so great




Before we leave for London, 3 guesses on who this is ??


The moment we hit London the pace picked up considerably as the city is more hustle bustle than their neighbour





The subway made me feel like a ninja turtle at times

Luckily I spent some time playing golf at a local course with my little nephew




My dream also included a visit to a historic castle complete with dungeons and dragons(ok a little exaggeration )






London's food scene is an eclectic mix of pub food





Michelin Star dining







And the best lobster noodles ever


Must have gained 3kgs during this trip

Saving the best for last
Pday, including the side activities, what an event! What stellar organization from a bunch of good men, you Brits really outdid yourselves.





Separated at birth ?


A French looking person named Odell




About to wake up now, but have nightmares about 2 blokes that keep reappearing in my dream
The money lender


And this chap, words can't describe


All too soon good dreams come to an end but the memories last a lifetime.



Thanks for looking !






really good of you all to travel to such a loooooooong distance ....Its appreciated !!

Great to meet you, HWS and ,of course ....'The Singapore Jassies'.......Jimmy 'The Godfather ' Leong (and what a trooper he was .......all strapped up , recovering from a major operation on his knee !!)

Glad you enjoyed the weekend lads ....sure it wont be the first time we all 'GTG'

Until then ............



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It made so much sense
But now the haze has ascended
It don't make no sense anymore'

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October 3rd, 2012, 4:03 pm #4

I've been dreaming about attending pday since I first saw it here. Where else would almost complete strangers fly halfway around the globe to meet others over a silly watch?

From the comfort of my iPhone surfing pcom, I was suddenly transported from virtual world to real world.
Are those French croissants?

French sidewalks? French River? French Horse?






Am I really in Paris en route to London for pday? Luckily I brought along my trusty buddies Yeu Huan aka hugewhaleshark and Jimmy aka the godfather just to be sure .



Paris is a beautiful city with wonderful architecture and a laid back alfresco culture






A panoramic view from montparnasse tower




The food was great too, had the best mussels ever at Montmartre





And fantastic roast chicken from a sidewalk rotisserie. Look at that colour !


Of course the main reason we came here was to visit the ristis. Everyone of you is pure class and thanks for hosting us guys
Steve Krawses lovely wife was surprised that most of us just met that night as we seemed like long time friends. Guess that's why pcom is so great




Before we leave for London, 3 guesses on who this is ??


The moment we hit London the pace picked up considerably as the city is more hustle bustle than their neighbour





The subway made me feel like a ninja turtle at times

Luckily I spent some time playing golf at a local course with my little nephew




My dream also included a visit to a historic castle complete with dungeons and dragons(ok a little exaggeration )






London's food scene is an eclectic mix of pub food





Michelin Star dining







And the best lobster noodles ever


Must have gained 3kgs during this trip

Saving the best for last
Pday, including the side activities, what an event! What stellar organization from a bunch of good men, you Brits really outdid yourselves.





Separated at birth ?


A French looking person named Odell




About to wake up now, but have nightmares about 2 blokes that keep reappearing in my dream
The money lender


And this chap, words can't describe


All too soon good dreams come to an end but the memories last a lifetime.



Thanks for looking !






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October 3rd, 2012, 4:51 pm #5

I've been dreaming about attending pday since I first saw it here. Where else would almost complete strangers fly halfway around the globe to meet others over a silly watch?

From the comfort of my iPhone surfing pcom, I was suddenly transported from virtual world to real world.
Are those French croissants?

French sidewalks? French River? French Horse?






Am I really in Paris en route to London for pday? Luckily I brought along my trusty buddies Yeu Huan aka hugewhaleshark and Jimmy aka the godfather just to be sure .



Paris is a beautiful city with wonderful architecture and a laid back alfresco culture






A panoramic view from montparnasse tower




The food was great too, had the best mussels ever at Montmartre





And fantastic roast chicken from a sidewalk rotisserie. Look at that colour !


Of course the main reason we came here was to visit the ristis. Everyone of you is pure class and thanks for hosting us guys
Steve Krawses lovely wife was surprised that most of us just met that night as we seemed like long time friends. Guess that's why pcom is so great




Before we leave for London, 3 guesses on who this is ??


The moment we hit London the pace picked up considerably as the city is more hustle bustle than their neighbour





The subway made me feel like a ninja turtle at times

Luckily I spent some time playing golf at a local course with my little nephew




My dream also included a visit to a historic castle complete with dungeons and dragons(ok a little exaggeration )






London's food scene is an eclectic mix of pub food





Michelin Star dining







And the best lobster noodles ever


Must have gained 3kgs during this trip

Saving the best for last
Pday, including the side activities, what an event! What stellar organization from a bunch of good men, you Brits really outdid yourselves.





Separated at birth ?


A French looking person named Odell




About to wake up now, but have nightmares about 2 blokes that keep reappearing in my dream
The money lender


And this chap, words can't describe


All too soon good dreams come to an end but the memories last a lifetime.



Thanks for looking !






Drooling ovER the food & tfs!!

Cheers!

Officine Panerai~ more than a watch... it's fun to wear a war tools on wrist!!

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VolkerWiegmann
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October 3rd, 2012, 4:51 pm #6

I've been dreaming about attending pday since I first saw it here. Where else would almost complete strangers fly halfway around the globe to meet others over a silly watch?

From the comfort of my iPhone surfing pcom, I was suddenly transported from virtual world to real world.
Are those French croissants?

French sidewalks? French River? French Horse?






Am I really in Paris en route to London for pday? Luckily I brought along my trusty buddies Yeu Huan aka hugewhaleshark and Jimmy aka the godfather just to be sure .



Paris is a beautiful city with wonderful architecture and a laid back alfresco culture






A panoramic view from montparnasse tower




The food was great too, had the best mussels ever at Montmartre





And fantastic roast chicken from a sidewalk rotisserie. Look at that colour !


Of course the main reason we came here was to visit the ristis. Everyone of you is pure class and thanks for hosting us guys
Steve Krawses lovely wife was surprised that most of us just met that night as we seemed like long time friends. Guess that's why pcom is so great




Before we leave for London, 3 guesses on who this is ??


The moment we hit London the pace picked up considerably as the city is more hustle bustle than their neighbour





The subway made me feel like a ninja turtle at times

Luckily I spent some time playing golf at a local course with my little nephew




My dream also included a visit to a historic castle complete with dungeons and dragons(ok a little exaggeration )






London's food scene is an eclectic mix of pub food





Michelin Star dining







And the best lobster noodles ever


Must have gained 3kgs during this trip

Saving the best for last
Pday, including the side activities, what an event! What stellar organization from a bunch of good men, you Brits really outdid yourselves.





Separated at birth ?


A French looking person named Odell




About to wake up now, but have nightmares about 2 blokes that keep reappearing in my dream
The money lender


And this chap, words can't describe


All too soon good dreams come to an end but the memories last a lifetime.



Thanks for looking !






...and again - what a pity to have not much time for a chat with you

Hopefully there is a "next time" in the future.

Cheers,
Volker

PS: nice swing!

representin' the DNA of Panerai
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gerardito
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Joined: August 7th, 2006, 9:49 am

October 3rd, 2012, 5:06 pm #7

I've been dreaming about attending pday since I first saw it here. Where else would almost complete strangers fly halfway around the globe to meet others over a silly watch?

From the comfort of my iPhone surfing pcom, I was suddenly transported from virtual world to real world.
Are those French croissants?

French sidewalks? French River? French Horse?






Am I really in Paris en route to London for pday? Luckily I brought along my trusty buddies Yeu Huan aka hugewhaleshark and Jimmy aka the godfather just to be sure .



Paris is a beautiful city with wonderful architecture and a laid back alfresco culture






A panoramic view from montparnasse tower




The food was great too, had the best mussels ever at Montmartre





And fantastic roast chicken from a sidewalk rotisserie. Look at that colour !


Of course the main reason we came here was to visit the ristis. Everyone of you is pure class and thanks for hosting us guys
Steve Krawses lovely wife was surprised that most of us just met that night as we seemed like long time friends. Guess that's why pcom is so great




Before we leave for London, 3 guesses on who this is ??


The moment we hit London the pace picked up considerably as the city is more hustle bustle than their neighbour





The subway made me feel like a ninja turtle at times

Luckily I spent some time playing golf at a local course with my little nephew




My dream also included a visit to a historic castle complete with dungeons and dragons(ok a little exaggeration )






London's food scene is an eclectic mix of pub food





Michelin Star dining







And the best lobster noodles ever


Must have gained 3kgs during this trip

Saving the best for last
Pday, including the side activities, what an event! What stellar organization from a bunch of good men, you Brits really outdid yourselves.





Separated at birth ?


A French looking person named Odell




About to wake up now, but have nightmares about 2 blokes that keep reappearing in my dream
The money lender


And this chap, words can't describe


All too soon good dreams come to an end but the memories last a lifetime.



Thanks for looking !






Thoroughly enjoyed talking to you as did Julio who, by the way, sends his regards. You have certainly captured the spirit. By the way love the food shots..... specially the guinness (for me that's the epitome of liquid lunch)

Hope to meet you again
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October 3rd, 2012, 5:19 pm #8

I've been dreaming about attending pday since I first saw it here. Where else would almost complete strangers fly halfway around the globe to meet others over a silly watch?

From the comfort of my iPhone surfing pcom, I was suddenly transported from virtual world to real world.
Are those French croissants?

French sidewalks? French River? French Horse?






Am I really in Paris en route to London for pday? Luckily I brought along my trusty buddies Yeu Huan aka hugewhaleshark and Jimmy aka the godfather just to be sure .



Paris is a beautiful city with wonderful architecture and a laid back alfresco culture






A panoramic view from montparnasse tower




The food was great too, had the best mussels ever at Montmartre





And fantastic roast chicken from a sidewalk rotisserie. Look at that colour !


Of course the main reason we came here was to visit the ristis. Everyone of you is pure class and thanks for hosting us guys
Steve Krawses lovely wife was surprised that most of us just met that night as we seemed like long time friends. Guess that's why pcom is so great




Before we leave for London, 3 guesses on who this is ??


The moment we hit London the pace picked up considerably as the city is more hustle bustle than their neighbour





The subway made me feel like a ninja turtle at times

Luckily I spent some time playing golf at a local course with my little nephew




My dream also included a visit to a historic castle complete with dungeons and dragons(ok a little exaggeration )






London's food scene is an eclectic mix of pub food





Michelin Star dining







And the best lobster noodles ever


Must have gained 3kgs during this trip

Saving the best for last
Pday, including the side activities, what an event! What stellar organization from a bunch of good men, you Brits really outdid yourselves.





Separated at birth ?


A French looking person named Odell




About to wake up now, but have nightmares about 2 blokes that keep reappearing in my dream
The money lender


And this chap, words can't describe


All too soon good dreams come to an end but the memories last a lifetime.



Thanks for looking !






...and i hope, we have the next time a little more time for a smalltalk

cu

cheers
Marcus
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October 3rd, 2012, 5:38 pm #9

I've been dreaming about attending pday since I first saw it here. Where else would almost complete strangers fly halfway around the globe to meet others over a silly watch?

From the comfort of my iPhone surfing pcom, I was suddenly transported from virtual world to real world.
Are those French croissants?

French sidewalks? French River? French Horse?






Am I really in Paris en route to London for pday? Luckily I brought along my trusty buddies Yeu Huan aka hugewhaleshark and Jimmy aka the godfather just to be sure .



Paris is a beautiful city with wonderful architecture and a laid back alfresco culture






A panoramic view from montparnasse tower




The food was great too, had the best mussels ever at Montmartre





And fantastic roast chicken from a sidewalk rotisserie. Look at that colour !


Of course the main reason we came here was to visit the ristis. Everyone of you is pure class and thanks for hosting us guys
Steve Krawses lovely wife was surprised that most of us just met that night as we seemed like long time friends. Guess that's why pcom is so great




Before we leave for London, 3 guesses on who this is ??


The moment we hit London the pace picked up considerably as the city is more hustle bustle than their neighbour





The subway made me feel like a ninja turtle at times

Luckily I spent some time playing golf at a local course with my little nephew




My dream also included a visit to a historic castle complete with dungeons and dragons(ok a little exaggeration )






London's food scene is an eclectic mix of pub food





Michelin Star dining







And the best lobster noodles ever


Must have gained 3kgs during this trip

Saving the best for last
Pday, including the side activities, what an event! What stellar organization from a bunch of good men, you Brits really outdid yourselves.





Separated at birth ?


A French looking person named Odell




About to wake up now, but have nightmares about 2 blokes that keep reappearing in my dream
The money lender


And this chap, words can't describe


All too soon good dreams come to an end but the memories last a lifetime.



Thanks for looking !






it was over way too quickly.

Until next time - keep on keeping on.

GUSH
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skipp231
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October 3rd, 2012, 5:39 pm #10

I've been dreaming about attending pday since I first saw it here. Where else would almost complete strangers fly halfway around the globe to meet others over a silly watch?

From the comfort of my iPhone surfing pcom, I was suddenly transported from virtual world to real world.
Are those French croissants?

French sidewalks? French River? French Horse?






Am I really in Paris en route to London for pday? Luckily I brought along my trusty buddies Yeu Huan aka hugewhaleshark and Jimmy aka the godfather just to be sure .



Paris is a beautiful city with wonderful architecture and a laid back alfresco culture






A panoramic view from montparnasse tower




The food was great too, had the best mussels ever at Montmartre





And fantastic roast chicken from a sidewalk rotisserie. Look at that colour !


Of course the main reason we came here was to visit the ristis. Everyone of you is pure class and thanks for hosting us guys
Steve Krawses lovely wife was surprised that most of us just met that night as we seemed like long time friends. Guess that's why pcom is so great




Before we leave for London, 3 guesses on who this is ??


The moment we hit London the pace picked up considerably as the city is more hustle bustle than their neighbour





The subway made me feel like a ninja turtle at times

Luckily I spent some time playing golf at a local course with my little nephew




My dream also included a visit to a historic castle complete with dungeons and dragons(ok a little exaggeration )






London's food scene is an eclectic mix of pub food





Michelin Star dining







And the best lobster noodles ever


Must have gained 3kgs during this trip

Saving the best for last
Pday, including the side activities, what an event! What stellar organization from a bunch of good men, you Brits really outdid yourselves.





Separated at birth ?


A French looking person named Odell




About to wake up now, but have nightmares about 2 blokes that keep reappearing in my dream
The money lender


And this chap, words can't describe


All too soon good dreams come to an end but the memories last a lifetime.



Thanks for looking !






Thanks for sharing your dream, Pat.
Loved your food pics and those of ristis having a great time.
I especially liked that pic of YH and his "twin"
- Ken

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October 3rd, 2012, 6:08 pm #11

I've been dreaming about attending pday since I first saw it here. Where else would almost complete strangers fly halfway around the globe to meet others over a silly watch?

From the comfort of my iPhone surfing pcom, I was suddenly transported from virtual world to real world.
Are those French croissants?

French sidewalks? French River? French Horse?






Am I really in Paris en route to London for pday? Luckily I brought along my trusty buddies Yeu Huan aka hugewhaleshark and Jimmy aka the godfather just to be sure .



Paris is a beautiful city with wonderful architecture and a laid back alfresco culture






A panoramic view from montparnasse tower




The food was great too, had the best mussels ever at Montmartre





And fantastic roast chicken from a sidewalk rotisserie. Look at that colour !


Of course the main reason we came here was to visit the ristis. Everyone of you is pure class and thanks for hosting us guys
Steve Krawses lovely wife was surprised that most of us just met that night as we seemed like long time friends. Guess that's why pcom is so great




Before we leave for London, 3 guesses on who this is ??


The moment we hit London the pace picked up considerably as the city is more hustle bustle than their neighbour





The subway made me feel like a ninja turtle at times

Luckily I spent some time playing golf at a local course with my little nephew




My dream also included a visit to a historic castle complete with dungeons and dragons(ok a little exaggeration )






London's food scene is an eclectic mix of pub food





Michelin Star dining







And the best lobster noodles ever


Must have gained 3kgs during this trip

Saving the best for last
Pday, including the side activities, what an event! What stellar organization from a bunch of good men, you Brits really outdid yourselves.





Separated at birth ?


A French looking person named Odell




About to wake up now, but have nightmares about 2 blokes that keep reappearing in my dream
The money lender


And this chap, words can't describe


All too soon good dreams come to an end but the memories last a lifetime.



Thanks for looking !






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October 3rd, 2012, 7:13 pm #12

I've been dreaming about attending pday since I first saw it here. Where else would almost complete strangers fly halfway around the globe to meet others over a silly watch?

From the comfort of my iPhone surfing pcom, I was suddenly transported from virtual world to real world.
Are those French croissants?

French sidewalks? French River? French Horse?






Am I really in Paris en route to London for pday? Luckily I brought along my trusty buddies Yeu Huan aka hugewhaleshark and Jimmy aka the godfather just to be sure .



Paris is a beautiful city with wonderful architecture and a laid back alfresco culture






A panoramic view from montparnasse tower




The food was great too, had the best mussels ever at Montmartre





And fantastic roast chicken from a sidewalk rotisserie. Look at that colour !


Of course the main reason we came here was to visit the ristis. Everyone of you is pure class and thanks for hosting us guys
Steve Krawses lovely wife was surprised that most of us just met that night as we seemed like long time friends. Guess that's why pcom is so great




Before we leave for London, 3 guesses on who this is ??


The moment we hit London the pace picked up considerably as the city is more hustle bustle than their neighbour





The subway made me feel like a ninja turtle at times

Luckily I spent some time playing golf at a local course with my little nephew




My dream also included a visit to a historic castle complete with dungeons and dragons(ok a little exaggeration )






London's food scene is an eclectic mix of pub food





Michelin Star dining







And the best lobster noodles ever


Must have gained 3kgs during this trip

Saving the best for last
Pday, including the side activities, what an event! What stellar organization from a bunch of good men, you Brits really outdid yourselves.





Separated at birth ?


A French looking person named Odell




About to wake up now, but have nightmares about 2 blokes that keep reappearing in my dream
The money lender


And this chap, words can't describe


All too soon good dreams come to an end but the memories last a lifetime.



Thanks for looking !






cheers
niellaccio
daniele from italy

Niellaccio: Sounds good!!
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Niellaccio: Sounds good!!
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October 3rd, 2012, 7:15 pm #13

I've been dreaming about attending pday since I first saw it here. Where else would almost complete strangers fly halfway around the globe to meet others over a silly watch?

From the comfort of my iPhone surfing pcom, I was suddenly transported from virtual world to real world.
Are those French croissants?

French sidewalks? French River? French Horse?






Am I really in Paris en route to London for pday? Luckily I brought along my trusty buddies Yeu Huan aka hugewhaleshark and Jimmy aka the godfather just to be sure .



Paris is a beautiful city with wonderful architecture and a laid back alfresco culture






A panoramic view from montparnasse tower




The food was great too, had the best mussels ever at Montmartre





And fantastic roast chicken from a sidewalk rotisserie. Look at that colour !


Of course the main reason we came here was to visit the ristis. Everyone of you is pure class and thanks for hosting us guys
Steve Krawses lovely wife was surprised that most of us just met that night as we seemed like long time friends. Guess that's why pcom is so great




Before we leave for London, 3 guesses on who this is ??


The moment we hit London the pace picked up considerably as the city is more hustle bustle than their neighbour





The subway made me feel like a ninja turtle at times

Luckily I spent some time playing golf at a local course with my little nephew




My dream also included a visit to a historic castle complete with dungeons and dragons(ok a little exaggeration )






London's food scene is an eclectic mix of pub food





Michelin Star dining







And the best lobster noodles ever


Must have gained 3kgs during this trip

Saving the best for last
Pday, including the side activities, what an event! What stellar organization from a bunch of good men, you Brits really outdid yourselves.





Separated at birth ?


A French looking person named Odell




About to wake up now, but have nightmares about 2 blokes that keep reappearing in my dream
The money lender


And this chap, words can't describe


All too soon good dreams come to an end but the memories last a lifetime.



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Great pictures mate !

(And really love the food shots)


Brian H
Copenhagen

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October 3rd, 2012, 7:18 pm #14

I've been dreaming about attending pday since I first saw it here. Where else would almost complete strangers fly halfway around the globe to meet others over a silly watch?

From the comfort of my iPhone surfing pcom, I was suddenly transported from virtual world to real world.
Are those French croissants?

French sidewalks? French River? French Horse?






Am I really in Paris en route to London for pday? Luckily I brought along my trusty buddies Yeu Huan aka hugewhaleshark and Jimmy aka the godfather just to be sure .



Paris is a beautiful city with wonderful architecture and a laid back alfresco culture






A panoramic view from montparnasse tower




The food was great too, had the best mussels ever at Montmartre





And fantastic roast chicken from a sidewalk rotisserie. Look at that colour !


Of course the main reason we came here was to visit the ristis. Everyone of you is pure class and thanks for hosting us guys
Steve Krawses lovely wife was surprised that most of us just met that night as we seemed like long time friends. Guess that's why pcom is so great




Before we leave for London, 3 guesses on who this is ??


The moment we hit London the pace picked up considerably as the city is more hustle bustle than their neighbour





The subway made me feel like a ninja turtle at times

Luckily I spent some time playing golf at a local course with my little nephew




My dream also included a visit to a historic castle complete with dungeons and dragons(ok a little exaggeration )






London's food scene is an eclectic mix of pub food





Michelin Star dining







And the best lobster noodles ever


Must have gained 3kgs during this trip

Saving the best for last
Pday, including the side activities, what an event! What stellar organization from a bunch of good men, you Brits really outdid yourselves.





Separated at birth ?


A French looking person named Odell




About to wake up now, but have nightmares about 2 blokes that keep reappearing in my dream
The money lender


And this chap, words can't describe


All too soon good dreams come to an end but the memories last a lifetime.



Thanks for looking !






Great pics

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October 3rd, 2012, 8:02 pm #15

I've been dreaming about attending pday since I first saw it here. Where else would almost complete strangers fly halfway around the globe to meet others over a silly watch?

From the comfort of my iPhone surfing pcom, I was suddenly transported from virtual world to real world.
Are those French croissants?

French sidewalks? French River? French Horse?






Am I really in Paris en route to London for pday? Luckily I brought along my trusty buddies Yeu Huan aka hugewhaleshark and Jimmy aka the godfather just to be sure .



Paris is a beautiful city with wonderful architecture and a laid back alfresco culture






A panoramic view from montparnasse tower




The food was great too, had the best mussels ever at Montmartre





And fantastic roast chicken from a sidewalk rotisserie. Look at that colour !


Of course the main reason we came here was to visit the ristis. Everyone of you is pure class and thanks for hosting us guys
Steve Krawses lovely wife was surprised that most of us just met that night as we seemed like long time friends. Guess that's why pcom is so great




Before we leave for London, 3 guesses on who this is ??


The moment we hit London the pace picked up considerably as the city is more hustle bustle than their neighbour





The subway made me feel like a ninja turtle at times

Luckily I spent some time playing golf at a local course with my little nephew




My dream also included a visit to a historic castle complete with dungeons and dragons(ok a little exaggeration )






London's food scene is an eclectic mix of pub food





Michelin Star dining







And the best lobster noodles ever


Must have gained 3kgs during this trip

Saving the best for last
Pday, including the side activities, what an event! What stellar organization from a bunch of good men, you Brits really outdid yourselves.





Separated at birth ?


A French looking person named Odell




About to wake up now, but have nightmares about 2 blokes that keep reappearing in my dream
The money lender


And this chap, words can't describe


All too soon good dreams come to an end but the memories last a lifetime.



Thanks for looking !






....and a pleasure to meet. Take care mate and see you soon.

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October 3rd, 2012, 8:03 pm #16

I've been dreaming about attending pday since I first saw it here. Where else would almost complete strangers fly halfway around the globe to meet others over a silly watch?

From the comfort of my iPhone surfing pcom, I was suddenly transported from virtual world to real world.
Are those French croissants?

French sidewalks? French River? French Horse?






Am I really in Paris en route to London for pday? Luckily I brought along my trusty buddies Yeu Huan aka hugewhaleshark and Jimmy aka the godfather just to be sure .



Paris is a beautiful city with wonderful architecture and a laid back alfresco culture






A panoramic view from montparnasse tower




The food was great too, had the best mussels ever at Montmartre





And fantastic roast chicken from a sidewalk rotisserie. Look at that colour !


Of course the main reason we came here was to visit the ristis. Everyone of you is pure class and thanks for hosting us guys
Steve Krawses lovely wife was surprised that most of us just met that night as we seemed like long time friends. Guess that's why pcom is so great




Before we leave for London, 3 guesses on who this is ??


The moment we hit London the pace picked up considerably as the city is more hustle bustle than their neighbour





The subway made me feel like a ninja turtle at times

Luckily I spent some time playing golf at a local course with my little nephew




My dream also included a visit to a historic castle complete with dungeons and dragons(ok a little exaggeration )






London's food scene is an eclectic mix of pub food





Michelin Star dining







And the best lobster noodles ever


Must have gained 3kgs during this trip

Saving the best for last
Pday, including the side activities, what an event! What stellar organization from a bunch of good men, you Brits really outdid yourselves.





Separated at birth ?


A French looking person named Odell




About to wake up now, but have nightmares about 2 blokes that keep reappearing in my dream
The money lender


And this chap, words can't describe


All too soon good dreams come to an end but the memories last a lifetime.



Thanks for looking !






great memories indeed! Next time I'll travel with you, it seems you got the knack for great food


It was a pleasure to meet you, hope to see you real soon !!

Warm regards,

Dan
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October 3rd, 2012, 8:51 pm #17

I've been dreaming about attending pday since I first saw it here. Where else would almost complete strangers fly halfway around the globe to meet others over a silly watch?

From the comfort of my iPhone surfing pcom, I was suddenly transported from virtual world to real world.
Are those French croissants?

French sidewalks? French River? French Horse?






Am I really in Paris en route to London for pday? Luckily I brought along my trusty buddies Yeu Huan aka hugewhaleshark and Jimmy aka the godfather just to be sure .



Paris is a beautiful city with wonderful architecture and a laid back alfresco culture






A panoramic view from montparnasse tower




The food was great too, had the best mussels ever at Montmartre





And fantastic roast chicken from a sidewalk rotisserie. Look at that colour !


Of course the main reason we came here was to visit the ristis. Everyone of you is pure class and thanks for hosting us guys
Steve Krawses lovely wife was surprised that most of us just met that night as we seemed like long time friends. Guess that's why pcom is so great




Before we leave for London, 3 guesses on who this is ??


The moment we hit London the pace picked up considerably as the city is more hustle bustle than their neighbour





The subway made me feel like a ninja turtle at times

Luckily I spent some time playing golf at a local course with my little nephew




My dream also included a visit to a historic castle complete with dungeons and dragons(ok a little exaggeration )






London's food scene is an eclectic mix of pub food





Michelin Star dining







And the best lobster noodles ever


Must have gained 3kgs during this trip

Saving the best for last
Pday, including the side activities, what an event! What stellar organization from a bunch of good men, you Brits really outdid yourselves.





Separated at birth ?


A French looking person named Odell




About to wake up now, but have nightmares about 2 blokes that keep reappearing in my dream
The money lender


And this chap, words can't describe


All too soon good dreams come to an end but the memories last a lifetime.



Thanks for looking !






it was lovely to meet you and spend some time.

Thanks for coming

Jo x
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October 3rd, 2012, 9:17 pm #18

I've been dreaming about attending pday since I first saw it here. Where else would almost complete strangers fly halfway around the globe to meet others over a silly watch?

From the comfort of my iPhone surfing pcom, I was suddenly transported from virtual world to real world.
Are those French croissants?

French sidewalks? French River? French Horse?






Am I really in Paris en route to London for pday? Luckily I brought along my trusty buddies Yeu Huan aka hugewhaleshark and Jimmy aka the godfather just to be sure .



Paris is a beautiful city with wonderful architecture and a laid back alfresco culture






A panoramic view from montparnasse tower




The food was great too, had the best mussels ever at Montmartre





And fantastic roast chicken from a sidewalk rotisserie. Look at that colour !


Of course the main reason we came here was to visit the ristis. Everyone of you is pure class and thanks for hosting us guys
Steve Krawses lovely wife was surprised that most of us just met that night as we seemed like long time friends. Guess that's why pcom is so great




Before we leave for London, 3 guesses on who this is ??


The moment we hit London the pace picked up considerably as the city is more hustle bustle than their neighbour





The subway made me feel like a ninja turtle at times

Luckily I spent some time playing golf at a local course with my little nephew




My dream also included a visit to a historic castle complete with dungeons and dragons(ok a little exaggeration )






London's food scene is an eclectic mix of pub food





Michelin Star dining







And the best lobster noodles ever


Must have gained 3kgs during this trip

Saving the best for last
Pday, including the side activities, what an event! What stellar organization from a bunch of good men, you Brits really outdid yourselves.





Separated at birth ?


A French looking person named Odell




About to wake up now, but have nightmares about 2 blokes that keep reappearing in my dream
The money lender


And this chap, words can't describe


All too soon good dreams come to an end but the memories last a lifetime.



Thanks for looking !






TFS...
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October 3rd, 2012, 9:27 pm #19

I've been dreaming about attending pday since I first saw it here. Where else would almost complete strangers fly halfway around the globe to meet others over a silly watch?

From the comfort of my iPhone surfing pcom, I was suddenly transported from virtual world to real world.
Are those French croissants?

French sidewalks? French River? French Horse?






Am I really in Paris en route to London for pday? Luckily I brought along my trusty buddies Yeu Huan aka hugewhaleshark and Jimmy aka the godfather just to be sure .



Paris is a beautiful city with wonderful architecture and a laid back alfresco culture






A panoramic view from montparnasse tower




The food was great too, had the best mussels ever at Montmartre





And fantastic roast chicken from a sidewalk rotisserie. Look at that colour !


Of course the main reason we came here was to visit the ristis. Everyone of you is pure class and thanks for hosting us guys
Steve Krawses lovely wife was surprised that most of us just met that night as we seemed like long time friends. Guess that's why pcom is so great




Before we leave for London, 3 guesses on who this is ??


The moment we hit London the pace picked up considerably as the city is more hustle bustle than their neighbour





The subway made me feel like a ninja turtle at times

Luckily I spent some time playing golf at a local course with my little nephew




My dream also included a visit to a historic castle complete with dungeons and dragons(ok a little exaggeration )






London's food scene is an eclectic mix of pub food





Michelin Star dining







And the best lobster noodles ever


Must have gained 3kgs during this trip

Saving the best for last
Pday, including the side activities, what an event! What stellar organization from a bunch of good men, you Brits really outdid yourselves.





Separated at birth ?


A French looking person named Odell




About to wake up now, but have nightmares about 2 blokes that keep reappearing in my dream
The money lender


And this chap, words can't describe


All too soon good dreams come to an end but the memories last a lifetime.



Thanks for looking !







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October 3rd, 2012, 10:00 pm #20

I've been dreaming about attending pday since I first saw it here. Where else would almost complete strangers fly halfway around the globe to meet others over a silly watch?

From the comfort of my iPhone surfing pcom, I was suddenly transported from virtual world to real world.
Are those French croissants?

French sidewalks? French River? French Horse?






Am I really in Paris en route to London for pday? Luckily I brought along my trusty buddies Yeu Huan aka hugewhaleshark and Jimmy aka the godfather just to be sure .



Paris is a beautiful city with wonderful architecture and a laid back alfresco culture






A panoramic view from montparnasse tower




The food was great too, had the best mussels ever at Montmartre





And fantastic roast chicken from a sidewalk rotisserie. Look at that colour !


Of course the main reason we came here was to visit the ristis. Everyone of you is pure class and thanks for hosting us guys
Steve Krawses lovely wife was surprised that most of us just met that night as we seemed like long time friends. Guess that's why pcom is so great




Before we leave for London, 3 guesses on who this is ??


The moment we hit London the pace picked up considerably as the city is more hustle bustle than their neighbour





The subway made me feel like a ninja turtle at times

Luckily I spent some time playing golf at a local course with my little nephew




My dream also included a visit to a historic castle complete with dungeons and dragons(ok a little exaggeration )






London's food scene is an eclectic mix of pub food





Michelin Star dining







And the best lobster noodles ever


Must have gained 3kgs during this trip

Saving the best for last
Pday, including the side activities, what an event! What stellar organization from a bunch of good men, you Brits really outdid yourselves.





Separated at birth ?


A French looking person named Odell




About to wake up now, but have nightmares about 2 blokes that keep reappearing in my dream
The money lender


And this chap, words can't describe


All too soon good dreams come to an end but the memories last a lifetime.



Thanks for looking !






Great Trip!! Thanks for the sharing.

Cheers
Kenneth
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