I've been finally looking after my Portugal stamps collection.... it has been quite some time i needed to put all the 2006 stamps issue in my album ...Gosh,3 more months and i'll have the whole 2007 edition to put there all over again... boy, i need extra free time!!!Somebody wanna help me?!?
Anyway, the result it's stunning.... stamps do make part of my life...indeed!! Mummy, thanks for giving me ur collection!! It has been over 15 years that i've been looking after that wonderful collection she started many years ago!!!
And plus... my country has such a wonderfull stamps!! Full of color,art and fantasy!! This it's really my endless hobbie!!
Nov 17, 2007
Nov 13, 2007
The grip design is ergonomic and features both left and right-handed children. The pen barrel has 6 holes on each side of the pen allowing you to see how much ink is left in the cartridge and storage. The cap also features a curled head which allows you to add a neck strap. The package also includes several stickers for you to put your name on the cap's name tag area.
The whole thing looks like a green pea isn't it!
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The covers of this book are made from a vintage text book entry on the state of Maine. The front cover is a topographical map, the back cover has a lot of text and tidbits about the fair state. The papers are soft, warm cottony papers.
The interior covers are spring green Canson paper. The spine reinforcements are warm, brown kraft paper.
It's a cozy, nice book.
The textblock is made from 60lb, bright white drawing paper. The paper has a good amount of tooth and can handle ink, pencil and many other media.
- 6.25" x 9.25" (16 cm x 23.5 cm)
- 120 pages.
- Bound with grass green waxed Irish linen thread.
This book opens completely flat, for ease of use.
Nov 11, 2007
Nov 5, 2007
Nov 4, 2007
The Palau island chain consists of about 200 islands located in the western Pacific Ocean, 528 mi (650 km) southeast of the Philippines. Only eight of the islands are permanently inhabited. They vary geologically from the high mountainous largest island, Babelthuap, to low, coral islands usually fringed by large barrier reefs.
The original settlers of Palau are believed to have arrived from Indonesia as early as 2500 B.C. The Palau islands' position on the western threshold of Oceania and their proximity to Southeast Asia have led to the population being a mixture of Malay, Melanesian, Filipino, and Polynesian ancestry.
Explored by the Spanish navigator Ruy López de Villalobos in 1543, the islands remained under nominal Spanish ownership for more than 300 years before Spain sold them to Germany in 1899. Japan occupied Palau during World War I and received a mandate over them from the League of Nations in 1920. They remained in Japanese control and served as an important naval base until the U.S. seized them during World War II. After the war they became a UN trusteeship (1947), administered by the U.S. Palau signed a Compact of Free Association with the U.S. in 1992, requiring the United States to provide economic aid in exchange for the right to build and maintain U.S. military facilities in Palau. Palau became a sovereign state in 1994. In 2000, former vice president Tommy Remengesau won the presidential election.
Nov 3, 2007
We had an ocean swell raise the level of the lagoon yesterday so a few big waves and lots of currant.
Bora Bora island, POLYNESIA
Nov 2, 2007
Just an illusion! :)
------ Indigo Bay Island Resort, Mozambique.
Este fim de semana vinha no JN 1 reportagem sobre umas ilhinhas lindas em Moçambique...n resisti e fui "surfar" as webs dos resorts k lá publicitava... o resultado está á vista... ...
Indigo Bay Island Resort, Moçambique
Que coisa linda!! :)
It was in 1999, when i used to spend hours and hours on the IRC chatrroms.... going to many dinners, and meeting my net friends... going to discos up 8am.. and all that crazy events & crazy life, long nights....that it was really long loooooooooooooooooong time ago... lol
Nov 1, 2007
View from Erice castle! WOW :)
Oh pa isto k beleza!! O Castelo de Erice, a vista lá dos altos!!