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Author:  Chris [ 31 Jul 2011 10:58 ]
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and finally a few more!

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Author:  Markje [ 31 Jul 2011 11:06 ]
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Beautiful pics chris!!! Makes me wanna go back to the Carpath area real soon! Unfortunately, my wife doesn't. She wants to go home [tonque.gif]

Author:  Chris [ 31 Jul 2011 12:30 ]
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Markje wrote:
Beautiful pics chris!!! Makes me wanna go back to the Carpath area real soon! Unfortunately, my wife doesn't. She wants to go home [tonque.gif]


:) thanks Mark, well I will be there again in a couple of weeks time [veryhappy.gif]

Author:  wiz [ 31 Jul 2011 14:39 ]
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Chris

very nice photos......... [bravo.gif]

Author:  Rubicon [ 31 Jul 2011 20:05 ]
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wiz wrote:
Chris

very nice photos......... [bravo.gif]


+1!! Thanks for posting the beautiful photos!! [hurrah.gif]

Author:  Rubicon [ 31 Jul 2011 20:07 ]
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Markje wrote:
Rubicon wrote:
That's a really great story wiz, I enjoyed reading it!! Is Kos Island in Greece?? I am assuming it is but not 100% sure. I would love to go there and experience that...

I also want to go to the city of Baden Baden in Germany and go to one of their sanitorium's for a check up and complete relaxing healthy type of vacation!!

Has anyone been to a Sanitorium in either Evpatoria or the ones near the Carpithian mountains in Ukraine?? I also hear that those are pretty good.


My wife is from Evpatoria, i have personally stayed in the "Planeta" sanatorium and was impressed. They even sell their own bottled mineral water. (Good quality too!)

If you want to know more from that area of Ukraine, just ask.


I would love to see some photos if you have any to post!! Also, regarding the Planeta Sanatorium how much does it cost for a one week stay, and what is inclusive?? Do you feel that their medical treatments are up to Western standards??

Author:  Chris [ 31 Jul 2011 20:07 ]
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Thanks guys, I have lots more if anyone is interested sometime.

Author:  Markje [ 31 Jul 2011 20:42 ]
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Rubicon wrote:
I would love to see some photos if you have any to post!! Also, regarding the Planeta Sanatorium how much does it cost for a one week stay, and what is inclusive?? Do you feel that their medical treatments are up to Western standards??


Hi Rubicon

I posted my travel report on this site, i titled it "evpatoria". It has a few good pictures of Evpatoria. It also includes a second vacation when I went there with my own car (using my wife as a navigator). Huge fun. The thread is here : viewtopic.php?f=13&t=740

I guess this site best describes the planeta hotel : http://www.tourism.crimea.ua/eng/otdih/ ... index.html

the price of the hotel is not cheap, $80-$100 for a night last I checked, but its worth the money. (Note: In Crimea nobody speaks english, you have to know russian to get around)

Author:  Rubicon [ 05 Aug 2011 03:07 ]
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Hi Wiz,

I hope by now that perhaps you have joined a gym and are working on the treadmill everyday for at least 20 minutes. That will oxygenate your blood which will help you to feel better.

You said you have a very good diet. Do you eat bread, pasta, cake and/or soda drinks with sugar??

If you cut out or eliminate all simple carbohydrates and sugar it will help you to lose (fat) weight much faster. When we are in our teens twenties and early thirties we can handle plenty of carbs because we are usually working out at gym and very active in life.

As we get older and do not go to gym and have active lifestyle than carbs will turn directly into fat. sugar especially will turn into fat. I only drink iced tea without sugar or coffee without sugar. No sodas of any kind.

Best Regards,
Rubicon

Author:  Rasboinik [ 05 Aug 2011 18:52 ]
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Rubicon wrote:
Hi Wiz,
You said you have a very good diet. Do you eat bread, pasta, cake and/or soda drinks with sugar??
If you cut out or eliminate all simple carbohydrates and sugar it will help you to lose (fat) weight much faster.
Rubicon,

I think that I should let you know that you are fighting a loosing battle when trying to get a Greek to eliminate sugar, bread and pasta from the diet.

You stand more chance of getting a positive result when Image.


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I do know that our favourite "Cypriot Donkey" has had an accident (he tripped and fell) and he is currently nursing a very sore back so I expect that he will not be around on the forum for a few days.


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"Cypriot Donkey" is a term used by people in Greece when describing some one who is "as stubborn as a mule".


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On a different note "When the Image is away the Image can play. So lets all have some fun.

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