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R

Posted from 79.74.194.153

More stunning peak photos up. I believe I am now in the lead...?

R

Posted from 79.74.194.153

The Indian messages were from my phone, so perhaps its routed via India for soem reason

Matthew

Posted from 58.41.111.106

Ha! I think the IP detection is not 100%...

R

Posted from 79.74.194.153

Remarkable how I managed to fit a trip to India in alongside the peak bagging. Perhaps thats why it hurts SO MUCH! I really ought to buy a map / learn to follow the google maps directions

R

Posted from 195.189.142.116

Hertfordshire: bagged. Pavis wood

R

Posted from 195.189.142.116

Hertfordshire: bagged. Pavis wood

R

Posted from 195.189.142.116

Buckinghamshire: bagged. Haddington hill.

Matthew

Posted from 58.41.168.39

One wonders how many messages we miss out on from random people who DON'T know which country Beijing and Shanghai are in...

R

Posted from 79.74.194.153

So now, on Matthew's website, dad is not Matthew's dad. Thank god I simplified my handle.

random person

Posted from 86.29.239.168

Hey! I randomly found your website from looking for a Tomkin's table, and discovered your website! Hehe its a good one! Thanks for the tables, I could have spent ages looking for them!
(PS I dont know if the verification code is supposed to be a password but it so happens I know the answer!)

dad

Posted from 217.214.77.74

Don't be silly! The entrance was locked; fortunately.

louise

Posted from 86.132.255.164

Phil is that you?
Did you run round it?

dad

Posted from 217.214.77.74

Are you lot still bagging Olympic Stadia? If so can I bag Stockholm's?

Matthew

Posted from 218.80.178.220

Most bizarre solution ever (from Microsoft Excel Help)

How to deactivate several hyperlinks at once

1. Type the number 1 in a blank cell, and right-click the cell.
2. Click Copy on the shortcut menu.
3. While pressing CTRL, select each hyperlink you want to deactivate.
4. Click Paste Special on the Edit menu.
5. Under Operation, click Multiply and then click OK.

R

Posted from 79.74.194.153

Kudos to the first person who gets a photo of a whale pointing at them and shouting their name

Matthew

Posted from 218.80.178.220

In North Korea, the whales see you.

R

Posted from 79.74.194.153

A quick flick through A and M's photos, a disappointing lack of WHAAALE! sightings. Remember to keep your eyes pealed. Don't try and pretend you didn't see a whale in NK

louise

Posted from 86.132.255.164

why the stars and stripes?

Matthew

Posted from 69.89.16.150

A disappointing lack of typhoon :(

R

Posted from 129.67.94.158

Foolish. Some clothes may disappear / be torn to shreds...but think how fresh those that remain would be

louise

Posted from 86.132.255.164

MUM : So what are you doing about the typhoon that's on its way?
MATT : I've taken in the washing.

louise

Posted from 86.132.255.164

So who needs Michael Palin?

R

Posted from 129.67.95.239

Balkan photos

http://www.mattmayer.com/gallery/v/richard/balkans/

Matthew

Posted from 124.76.4.143

Bring it on Wipha, I'm not scared!

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/7000106.stm

Matthew

Posted from 58.41.110.193

Mended CB totals

Matthew

Posted from 58.41.170.57

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/afp/20070916/tts-hongkong-animal-offbeat-c1b2fc3_1.html

Willott advised anyone tempted to rescue a dog being crushed by a python to "start at the tail and get the coils off the dog and leave the head until last."

I would advise anyone tempted to rescue a dog being crushed by a python to get their head examined!

Matthew

Posted from 58.41.170.57

Welcome back to chilly England! Any more bags to report?

R

Posted from 78.3.25.191

Liechtenstein is more a state of mind than a place.

Matthew

Posted from 58.41.169.126

You mean you WEREN'T in liechenstein?????

R

Posted from 80.78.74.90

Few internet terminals in Liechtenstein B. However, breaking from protocol I can now announce:

Bosnia and Herzegovina:Bagged, 24hr
Montenegro:Bagged, 24hr
Albania:Bagged
Croatia:24hr (v.soon)

43!

Albania is, um...different.

R

Posted from 87.250.113.199

Leaving Liechtenstein Zone A. Expect to hear from us tomorrow in Liechtenstein Zone B. Nascent separatism threatens to tear poor Liechtenstein apart.

Matthew

Posted from 58.41.108.118

I eat cannibals!

R

Posted from 87.250.113.199

Man on the moon.

Damn you and your IP skills. Lucky we took precautions to hide our true location. We are of course in Liechtenstein.

Matthew

Posted from 58.41.108.118

Ooh, I forgot to mention, guess which song they had in the kareoke bar in Pyongyang?

Matthew

Posted from 58.41.108.118

Your IP resolves to Mostar in Bosnia :D

Matthew

Posted from 58.41.108.118

This is not going to be very informative if it goes like:

Liechenstein, bagged, no capital, slept in
Liechenstein, bagged, capital, didnt sleep in
Liechenstein, bagged, capital, slept in...

louise

Posted from 86.132.255.164

Is this Liechenstein or merely 'Liechenstein'?
I am surprised there is anywhere in Liechenstein that is NOT the capital.

R

Posted from 87.250.113.199

liechenstein, slept in, bagged, no capital

The start

Posted from 90.204.213.74

http://www.mattmayer.com/gallery/v/andy/peakbagging/Worcestershire.jpg.html

Many more to come hopefully...

Hello

Posted from 90.204.213.74

A rare opportunity away from an RSPB computer to post, just preparing to board our Liechtenstein Air flight tomorrow. About two weeks ago, I would like to have said: "Worcestershire Beacon, 425m, bagged." So there it is.

R

Posted from 81.179.78.26

Leith Hill, Surrey; Betsom's Hill, Kent: Bagged

Matthew

Posted from 58.41.169.164

New thrill, all-night mah-jong!

mum and dad

Posted from 217.199.77.4

aufwiedersehen berlin