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    Default Myland Court 06/01/08


    went to this location with torchman luke106 and tamasine ans steve047c and urbex.

    when we got there i was amazed i loved every minute of being there anyway here are the pics



















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    Great report & pics. Glad you got into see at least a bit of Sevs. Nice to bump into you guys (& Gal) on the way out!
    Welcome to DP by the way.

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    Think we're gonna need a bigger boat

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    Nice pic's, always nice to see how the villas are doing
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    Nice to see your pics. Love that one of the glass-roofed corridor. :)
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