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Hello readers. I have returned from my honeymoon and Vinography is now active again. Comments have been re-enabled and blogging will resume tomorrow provided that I actually wake up from this massive case of jet lag.

Comments (12)

Michelle wrote:
05.22.05 at 9:44 PM

Welcome back and congrats on the wedding and honeymoon!

Cam Wheeler wrote:
05.23.05 at 4:13 AM

Welcome back Alder.

Bertrand wrote:
05.23.05 at 5:38 AM

Welcome back , Alder !
Take your time for a quiet landing , we're happy to have news from you .
Bertrand .

tom wark wrote:
05.23.05 at 6:36 AM

So, Alder......what'd ya do on your honeymoon??

Welcome back, champ.

Greg wrote:
05.23.05 at 6:44 AM

Great to have you back! Looking forward to resuming my daily fix. Can't wait to read about your journeys!

05.23.05 at 1:10 PM

Welcome back and congrats!

05.23.05 at 3:15 PM

Where did you travel to for your honeymoon? Inquiring minds and all that....

And congrats, too!

Alder wrote:
05.23.05 at 3:39 PM

Thanks folks. For those inquiring, Ruth and I spent three weeks in Egypt. We started in Sharm El Sheik on the Red Sea and then travelled to Cairo, Luxor, cruised up the nile on a boat to Aswan, and then returned to Cairo.

Look for the lowdown on Egyptian wines coming soon.


Lenn wrote:
05.24.05 at 4:49 AM

Welcome back, bro.

Hope you'll share some pictures with us too...just read about the apparently disappointing local wines

Giampiero wrote:
05.24.05 at 4:10 PM

Hi Alder!
Welcome back and many many congratulations!

Fatemeh wrote:
05.25.05 at 12:23 AM

Welcome home!

Can't wait to see some pictures. You've been missed.

11.22.14 at 9:36 PM

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from you! By the way, how could we communicate?

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