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Nus, just click on that cover and it takes you to the Amazon and you’ll get it there at 00:00 for five full days. As for the villa, let’s just say keeping my fingers and toes crossed. Insert a smiley of your choice here ( am clueless about inserting those o)

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Why I Started Blogging
You may not know but I love globe trotting. So, where you are is a few flights, bus hope, train jumps and mild hikes from me. And maybe a cruise into the mix? I’ll love too visit and have show me that villa. When I first saw that picture I foolishly wondered if you had taken that picture from inside the compound lol. Write me at info@marieabanga.com and you seriously have you an older friend for life. Enjoy the weekend and hope you get a free copy of my poetry book when the promoting starts in a few hours. Tell all your friends, it’s free for five days


Why I Started Blogging
Hahaha Nusrath, I sincerely wished for that effect in using that starter of a phrase. It was a risk: use that and get her take the rest of your comment seriously; or use that and risk her wondering who the hell you are or why read the rest of the dang comment and maybe even delete same before wishing she hadn’t. Now it’s official: you are wise beyond your age and will be more alert to the world than what e channel and Cinderella illusions have to offer…Go go go girl


Why I Started Blogging
Nusrath, let me be honest with you. Thank you so much for blogging. I have never met nor exchanged words with someone from Sri Lanka knowingly. May be at some conference you know but I can’t tell. That is why after those beautiful pictures and someone’s comment that your place could be Miami, I read your why you blog. I also found your tagline and style daring for a Muslim Girl and since am a daring woman too, of course I love meeting other daring and unconventional people. Thank you for the perspectives. When I first met someone from Myanmar (never heard of there too, only Burma) that was when I lived in Dubai, I was very touched and candidly impressed. The world is such a small place and we are more alike than different. All these human barriers are doing more harm and creating more prejudices than ever. So you still young girl, you keep at it, embrace your world and the Universe and live your legacy Namatse


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