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June 16, 2005 6:00 PM   Subscribe

UnReal Realm Three New Yorkers go to Tibet.
posted by nickyskye (9 comments total)

 
They seem like a charming pair!
posted by alexwoods at 6:09 PM on June 16, 2005


Dear Keely,
Your man is hot. Also, nice pics.
posted by cali at 6:35 PM on June 16, 2005


Sarah Chynoweth, Tibet Project Coordinator for Circle of Health International, is in a number of those photographs. She specializes in teaching rural Tibetan women midwife techniques and is traveling with Timon and Keely, who are a charming pair. I love the way the images are unpretentious and give an informal, friendly feel to a pretty exotic part of the world.
posted by nickyskye at 6:40 PM on June 16, 2005



How dare they.

I am offended.


Ok, not really, but I couldn't wait to see some MeFi blowhard go on and on about how this link (or the poster, or the FPP) is horribly wrong in one way or another.

The pictures are nice :)
posted by redteam at 7:55 PM on June 16, 2005


Gee, why would anyone say I, the link or the FPP are "horribly wrong in one way or another"?
posted by nickyskye at 10:21 PM on June 16, 2005


Among other things available here, are a bunch of pictures from Tibet, as well as everything you could ever want to know about Tibet. Less cute commentary, much more pictures.
posted by apathy0o0 at 5:25 AM on June 17, 2005


I don't think there's anything even remotely offensive about your link, those beautiful people, or their pictures, nickyskye ... but there's always some party pooper around here ...

Looks like this thread made it out ok, though. Congrats!
posted by redteam at 12:29 PM on June 18, 2005


Thanks redteam, much appreciated. :)
posted by nickyskye at 3:18 PM on June 18, 2005


My inlaws were there a couple years ago. They had to drive in from Nepal. I get short of breath just thinking about being there, I'm not happy above 8k feet. What a shame the Chinese don't have my problem.
posted by Goofyy at 11:56 AM on June 19, 2005


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