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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
I guess your bright side is too strong - we are not going to see your dark side any time soon. Sad
Yeah, something like dark side of the Moon - it exists but it's hard to see. Razz
YONG wrote:
But I still want to know: What is hidden under your belly button? Laughing
Man, I hope you don't want any photos of this "area"? Twisted Evil BTW, I always wondered what you have there. Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil
Post 15 Dec 2009, 11:19
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
OK, something in my style: Wink
Very fresh. Music from South America, I guess. Razz
Sure. Wink

YONG wrote:
Something in my style:

Goinda Dit Moi

Wink
This is really fresh song, indeed. Wink
ass0 wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
OK, something in my style: Wink


Hahahahahaha I could say that you were in my computer, or at least you know my IP xD.
Yeah, ass0, I can "guess" many things due to my extra, post-Chernobyl, senses. Laughing Only gender of some forumers is sometimes hard to determine. Laughing Laughing
Post 15 Dec 2009, 11:25
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Los Kjarkas - Viva Cochabamba

It is a mix of Castellano(Spanish) and Quechua

Chorus:
Ay compañeros Vallemanta,
Taquirikusunchis khusqamanta,
Noqaykupis, qanqunapis...
Viva Cochabamba mayllapipis!...


In 'pure Spanish':
Ay compañeros del valle,
Con gusto cantemonos (nos cantaremos),
Entre nosotros y ustedes...
Viva Cochabamba donde sea!...

In English:
Oh valley fellows,
We warmly sing ourselves,
Between us and you...
Long live Cochabamba wherever!...

This song is like an anthem in Cochabamba. =)

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Post 15 Dec 2009, 12:00
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Thank you, ass0, for these explanations! Very Happy

I'm the "man from the lowlands" now but I was born in the mountains. Of course, Polish mountains are dwarfs in the comparison to Andes, but anyway... I can feel the general "climate" of these places, hehe. Wink
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This is another great song of "Los Kjarkas", it is ambient in Tarija, in the carnival season (aka mating season Image, you will know what i am talking about when you see the video)

Los Kjarkas - La Picara
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GS3cIXkTN1M

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Well the weather can be strange for you =D, because in the city of Cochabamba at 2.570 mean sea level, the range of temperature in winter is 0º-25ºC (never snow) and in summer is 10º-36ºC.

The location is in a valley, see from the space seems like a hole xD between the mountains.
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YONG



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@ass0: Are you Bolivian? You seem to know a lot about Bolivian and related cultures. Please recommend more related songs. I know that MHajduk is very interested in these different and "distant" cultures. Wink
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MHajduk wrote:
Man, I hope you don't want any photos of this "area"?
I don't want photos - I just want to know what is hidden! Twisted Evil

MHajduk wrote:
BTW, I always wondered what you have there.
Nothing! I'm slender. Wink
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Yeah i can consider myself Bolivian, heh xD.

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Post 15 Dec 2009, 13:47
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ass0 wrote:
This is another great song of "Los Kjarkas", it is ambient in Tarija, in the carnival season (aka mating season Image, you will know what i am talking about when you see the video)

Los Kjarkas - La Picara
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GS3cIXkTN1M
Wow, seems that Department of Tarija's flag is very similar to the flag of Poland (it's just "reflected" in the vertical direction). Wink

Cool video. Very Happy

YONG wrote:
I'm slender.
Me too! Here you have some of my "dimensions": height - 183 cm, weight - 85 kg. Razz
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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
YONG wrote:
I'm slender.
Me too! Here you have some of my "dimensions": height - 183 cm, weight - 85 kg. Razz
Check this out! You're a bit overweight! Twisted Evil

Here is mine. Wink
Post 15 Dec 2009, 14:08
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MHajduk



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YONG wrote:
MHajduk wrote:
YONG wrote:
I'm slender.
Me too! Here you have some of my "dimensions": height - 183 cm, weight - 85 kg. Razz
Check this out! You're a bit overweight! Twisted Evil
Hehe, I can excuse myself this way:
  • we have a cold season here, so I'm a bit less physically active than in Summer, Wink

  • I'm a carnivore, not vegetarian, Razz

  • I have slightly stronger "basement" (i.e. wider bones and bigger circumference of thighs) than "average" due to my far, far Tatar ancestors. Wink
OK, you have found one of my "faults" finally. Wink Laughing


Watch carefully videos attached below, I'm sure you'll get what I'm talking about: WinkVery Happy
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uh 25 BMI is pretty average in Europe. I don't think it's overweight at all, I think anything with less than 20 BMI is skinny.

EDIT: of course I'm talking about men Smile
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Yeah it must be ethnic, culture related, 'cause USA has the most obese society and Vietnam almost hasn't obesity rates.

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YONG



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MHajduk wrote:
I can excuse myself this way ... we have a cold season here ...
Yeah, that's the main reason, I think. People living in the usually warm, moist conditions don't need so much fat. Wink

MHajduk wrote:
OK, you have found one of my "faults" finally.
Well, it's not a fault. But now I clearly know what is hidden under your belly button! Laughing

MHajduk wrote:
Aidar Galimov - Tulpar atim
Very refreshing and energetic! Razz
Post 16 Dec 2009, 04:13
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Hehe, I'm going to decrease amount of my "fat". We have -5°C (-12°C at night) now and I have to chop and saw some wood for oven. Wink

Something from the northern parts of the Eurasian continent: beautiful music from the Sakha Republic (Yakutia) (don't worry, nothing extra-folk, just good music Wink).Very Happy
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BTW Which is the mean sea level of major Polish cities MHajduk?
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ass0 wrote:
BTW Which is the mean sea level of major Polish cities MHajduk?
I live at elevation ~100m over the sea level in the central Poland.

OK, here you have (five largest Polish cities, starting from the largest - capital city):

Warsaw (Warszawa) - 78-116 m
Cracow (Kraków) - 219-380 m
Łódź - 162-278 m
Wrocław - 105-155 m
Poznań - 60-154 m
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Heh, in Bolivia the lowest city is the amazonian Cobija 235 m. and is brutally hot the year-round.

And the major cities:

La Paz 3650 m. (cold)
Santa Cruz 416 m. (hot)
Cochabamba 2570 m. (warm)
El Alto 4000 m. (so cold)

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Here, in Poland, elevation is not the main factor changing the climate. Wink Weather is extremely capricious here as a result of huge masses of the air flowing over this area from the Atlantic and North Sea (humid air, usually brings warmer days in Winter and colder in Summer) or from the Russia (dry air, usually brings heats or frosts). Smile


If I could choose the place for living in Bolivia (I'm talking theoretically now Wink), I would like to live in La Paz or even El Alto because I prefer cold places. Very Happy
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