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    Its the little things that count. Thanks for sharing.


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    Thanks for adding these extra photos. A very impressive and interesting place.
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    It just gets better and better :)

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    Stunning and somewhat sad pictures of a beautiful place,with a heartfelt write up, brought a tear to my eye.The devotion these nuns must have had, to live in such isolation from the outside world with such strict doctrines, i have the uppermost respect for them. Thankyou for these two wonderful reports:)
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    Stunning :)
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    I'm speechless...... Quality......:notworthy:
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    Excilent waht more can I say
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sshhhh... View Post
    Stunning and somewhat sad pictures of a beautiful place,with a heartfelt write up, brought a tear to my eye.The devotion these nuns must have had, to live in such isolation from the outside world with such strict doctrines, i have the uppermost respect for them. Thankyou for these two wonderful reports:)
    ahh such a facinating place and very moving in places...and yes utmost respect for these women.
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    Great picture set there from a magical exploration.
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    Very good shots thanks,:)

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