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PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2007 11:39 pm 
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Hey Animo, nice name. Sounds Italian?

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Not really...
animo = norhtern english way of beeing an animal.
L'anima = the soul, the spirit.
A'moni = sicilian for "let's go (all of us)...

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Yeah exactly, you do not even know what the "outside world" is....
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:lol: :lol: :lol: funny thread

italian festa (evrybody back home :lol: :lol: )


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i was asking for your interpertatiion of the outside world, since you used the term in your personal attack on me. But rather than answer the question youve once again attacked me. There is no outside world, because everything is in our minds, there is only a world we create and each person creates a different world in their mind

Animo is a phrase which pilgrims use during their pilgrimage to Santiago in north easter Spain, the route is called "El Camino de santiago" or the Way of Saint James. When I signed up for this forum I had recently completed the 900km stroll across Spain myself. Animo is a term used for encouragement, like Venga in Spanish or Davai in Russian (I'm not familair with many other languages)

Ive been to Italy on several occasions, but to my disappointemnt was not impressed. There were even a bunch of Italians in Tarifa that I met that fitted the sterotype perfectly, once again to my disappointment.


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mhhh - I believe that on top of having ur head fu&*d up from stereotyping u also got a bit lost on the camino de Santiago...it is Northwest Spain as a matter of fact, I bet some scum spaniard managed to sell u the walk from mundaka to biarriz for el camino de santiago...


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yeah, i got it slightly wrong, north west, big deal. once again, rather than converse in an intellectual manner, im dealing with primitive souls who deem it necessary to abuse. You amuse me.


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Actually the El Camino de santiago STARTS in NE spain and ENDS in NW Spain...


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has anyone been kiting around san sebastian ?
I saw it on tv - massive white bay reminded me of Rio :thumb:


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