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    • #3579
      rickshaw92
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      rickshaw92
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    • #11021
      rickshaw92
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    • #11022
      _JohnnyF_
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      is the last one like your dream rickshaw?

    • #11023
      rickshaw92
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      for running that model was great, had one custom made with a seating area that spaned 53 inches. I was able to carry 4 adults in comfort.

    • #11024
      _JohnnyF_
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      @rickshaw92 wrote:

      for running that model was great, had one custom made with a seating area that spaned 53 inches. I was able to carry 4 adults in comfort.

      or two average English women returning from a hen do

    • #11025
      ROB
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      Possibly the most constant thing about this website since it started is Rickshaw’s constant love affair with rickshaws.

    • #11026
      flipflop
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      @ROB wrote:

      Possibly the most constant thing about this website since it started is Rickshaw’s constant love affair with rickshaws.

      Fuckin’ brilliant, isn’t it?

    • #11027
      rickshaw92
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      @flipflop wrote:

      @ROB wrote:

      Possibly the most constant thing about this website since it started is Rickshaw’s constant love affair with rickshaws.

      Fuckin’ brilliant, innit ?

      Fixed that for ya.

    • #11028
      rickshaw92
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      rickshaw92
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      rickshaw92
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    • #11031
      rickshaw92
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    • #11032
      ROB
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      Um,,, lovely convertibles…. I think….

      :shock:

      What was the story with them?

    • #11033
      rickshaw92
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      @ROB wrote:

      Um,,, lovely convertibles…. I think….

      :shock:

      What was the story with them?

      Avent a scooby bout that one mate but they stuck out like sore thumbs in Hydrabad.

    • #11034
      ROB
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      Don’t stop man!

    • #11035
      flipflop
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      Yeah, put that skunk bong down for a minute and get uploading you fucking hippie :lol: :shock:

    • #11036
      rickshaw92
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      Busker at Angel, Islington.

    • #11037
      rickshaw92
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      Just another Saturday night in Soho, Londons West End.

    • #11038
      rickshaw92
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      The Gherkin! @30 St. Mary Axe, City of London.

    • #11039
      rickshaw92
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      My living room wheen I lived at Angeel. Not a bad part of london to live and ya cant go wrong at 50 quid a week.

    • #11040
      rickshaw92
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      A few years back we did a charity event for termanli ill kids with the rickshaws, these fellas dressed up as storm troopers, I dressed up as Flip Flop.

    • #11041
      rickshaw92
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      Ye olde rickshaw garage back home. One drunkin night way back when Crazy Joe Devola tried to burn it down!

    • #11042
      rickshaw92
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      Quito, a way kewl town to chill in and a kewler town to fly into as the plans cruzes low across the city.

    • #11043
      rickshaw92
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      Girlie pops! Sankampang just south of Changers, Thailand 2006.

    • #11044
      rickshaw92
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      Organized chaos is the order of the day at the main matatu stand in Kampala, Uganda 2007.

    • #11045
      ROB
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      You know, in my mind that photo of your living room is exactly how I imagined your living rooms would look. ;)

      And didn’t those silver boots hurt your feet? :)

      Great photos btw!

    • #11046
      Lee Ridley
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      @rickshaw92 wrote:

      I dressed up as Flip Flop.

      That made me chuckle.

    • #11047
      flipflop
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      And me, the Imperial Scout Trooper behind you doesn’t look too chuffed though

    • #11048
      rickshaw92
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      Northern Thailand on my way from a visa run.

    • #11049
      rickshaw92
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      Pet frog, Changers 2006

    • #11050
      rickshaw92
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      06/07 new years Changers.

    • #11051
      rickshaw92
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      One of my locals, Changers 06 / 07

    • #11052
      rickshaw92
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      Edinburgh seen from Arthurs seat 2008

    • #11053
      rickshaw92
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      Way cool tomb stone

    • #11054
      rickshaw92
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      Some kinda dog compitition.

    • #11055
      rickshaw92
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      Crazy Joe Devolas rickshaw, it took a lot of abuse for a rickshaw that never had much customers in it.

    • #11056

      @rickshaw92 wrote:

      Some kinda dog compitition.

      …are you referring to the two-legged ones in dresses, or those four-legged critters?

      HA! :D

    • #11057
      ROB
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      Yeah – how do you know it’s not a human competition? Some of them have some pretty funky gettup on.

    • #11058
      flipflop
      Member

      Isn’t that the statue of Greyfriars Bobby?

    • #11059
      rickshaw92
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      Sucks when this shit happens.

      http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/hs449.ash2/72282_170372522979902_100000214652026_638082_6144969_n.jpg

      So fookin sad that dumbasses need be told this shit.

    • #11060
      rickshaw92
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      rickshaw92
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    • #11062
      rickshaw92
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      I don’t know WTF this is about.

      Nor this.

    • #11063
      rickshaw92
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      Oxfore St. and it aint even rush hour yet.

      My little visitor at the pub.

    • #11064
      rickshaw92
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      I pass this place on my way to the gym.

    • #11065
      rickshaw92
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      I dunno who is in charge of namin the pubs in London but he should be sacked!

    • #11066
      rickshaw92
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      I need to get the maid in.

    • #11067
      rickshaw92
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      It boggles the mind that a bunch of dirty hippys were allowed to take over Parlament Sq. SW1 for most of the summer. These useless cunts are still there though on the pavement. If the old bill would use water cannons with soapy water we would not have to put up with this shite.

    • #11068
      rickshaw92
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      Elephants in London!

    • #11069
      rickshaw92
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      Nelsons ship in a bottle is much better than the attention whores they had up there last year.

    • #11070
      rickshaw92
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      The cat dont like being bothered.

      Why the fuck do they gotta be so Eurotardedly gay with the frothy coffee at the Spoons?

      Formal wear.

      Football hoolaganism aint what it used to be.

    • #11071
      rickshaw92
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      I think this was THE place to buy old fish back in the day!

      St Pauls.

      St. Pauls and the City seen from Waterloo bridge.

      These guys always seem to be on strike!

    • #11072
      rickshaw92
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      Waltham Abbey, Essex.

      Nice inside.

      The high street.

      The river Lee in E London. The quickest way to Waltham.

    • #11073
      rickshaw92
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      Busker in Covent Garden.

      Camden Locks.

      Camden Town on a Sunday.

    • #11074
      ROB
      Keymaster

      Fuckin’ brilliant – keep em coming.

      I’ll be updating my thread too in the coming days and weeks as I drive up the east coast here.

    • #11075
      flipflop
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      Great phots Mr Rickshawman, makes me want to visit Camden again soon 8)

    • #11076
      rickshaw92
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      @flipflop wrote:

      Great phots Mr Rickshawman, makes me want to visit Camden again soon 8)

      The latest pics all came from my phone and are pics I just took on a whim. Was up Camden town last Sunday tryin out my new camera and will try to get some way cool pics up this weekend.

    • #11077
      Lee Ridley
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      Let’s have some of borough market, please, Mr. Shaw.

      :mrgreen:

    • #11078
      rickshaw92
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      @Lee wrote:

      Let’s have some of borough market, please, Mr. Shaw.

      :mrgreen:

      I will take a few of the market in the snow today as the drug test facility is close by only the pics will be from my camera phone. Will try and remember to get some way cool ones with the nice new kick ass DSLR camera when I come round next week to get my big time cash.

    • #11079
      rickshaw92
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      rickshaw92
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      rickshaw92
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    • #11082
      Lee Ridley
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      I love this place.

      My London office at No1 London Bridge, overlooks Borough Market, so I get to wander through the market on a regular basis.

    • #11083
      flipflop
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      Good pubs round there too, not when Millwall are at home though :twisted:

    • #11089
      rickshaw92
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      Gotta love the view over the Alps.

      Ribs, yummy!

      Mc choke and puke menu, Cairo. I dont thinkI will be wrapping myselfin this culture.

      Cats rock!

    • #11090
      rickshaw92
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    • #11091
      rickshaw92
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      Fruit and veg market, Cairo 2011.

      Nile river, Cairo 2011.

      Bitchin balancing act, Khan Al Khalili, Cairo 2011

      Mosque of Sayyida Zeniab, Cairo 2011

    • #11092
      flipflop
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      I was in Cairo on the 26th-27th December, bit of a shithole

      Nice pics mate

    • #11093
      rickshaw92
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      bit of a shithole

      You must have been in the nice part mate.

    • #11086
      rickshaw92
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      Ladies only in this subway carrage.

      Who wants to buy some shoes?

      Nice kitty.

      Some dudes sellin stuff in Cairo.

      2011

    • #11087
      rickshaw92
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      Study of the Quran at the Mosque / Madrassa of Sultan Hussan

      Cairo skiline.

      Looking down the Nile in Cairo.

      Some scruffian.

      2011

    • #11088
      rickshaw92
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      The pointy things are nice but I likethe big cat statue.

      Attaba, Cairo

      Khan Al Khalili, Cairo

      2011

    • #11084
      rickshaw92
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      Midam Tahrir, cairo.

      Ramses trainststion.

      There arelots of stray cats in Cairo, one of em must be prety fookin big!

      Packsge deal types.

      2011

    • #11085
      Lee Ridley
      Keymaster

      What a great trip down memory lane. Been 18 years since I lived over there.

      Very high likelyhood that I’ll be taking my daughter to Egypt (Cairo and Luxor) this spring.
      She’s 8, she has a travel bug, so who am I to stand in the way!

    • #11098
      rickshaw92
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      [img]C:UsersrickshawmikePictures2010-05-25%20001[/img]

    • #11099
      flipflop
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      You need to re-post that rickshaw, it didn’t work

    • #11094
      rickshaw92
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      Cant for the life of me remember what I wanted to post there.

    • #11095
      ROB
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      These are the problems with so much recreational drug use at a formative age. ;)

    • #11096
      rickshaw92
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    • #11097
      Penta2
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      That’s long been on my list of places to see before I die. Worth it?

    • #11100
      rickshaw92
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      @Penta2 wrote:

      That’s long been on my list of places to see before I die. Worth it?

      Yes indeed, however the foos sucks ass, even in the kinda places you might go. I took culinary refuge in a few expensive hotels, food only, just to get a good meal. Money down the shitter along with……
      Ethiopia also has a flea problem, something I have never seen in all of Africa much less anyother part of the 3rd world. I will have more pics up here and the Book of Face by mid week.

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      rickshaw92
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      rickshaw92
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    • #11103
      Penta2
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      You have to admit that they don’t look coerced. Assad still has a lot of support in Damascus (and Aleppo) apparently. Did you think you could ask people you met? Where else in Syria did you go to this time?

    • #11104
      rickshaw92
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      Spent a couple days in Hamma. The place was under seige with things shutting down at night fall, sand bag bunkers all over the place and army dudes with guns. Got hauled in to a municipal building that the army had commendeered for visa inspection and retarded questions. The captain bought me juice.

    • #11105
      Penta2
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      We were struck by the differences between Iran and Syria in fear levels when we went (before the “Green” revolution, before the uprising in Syria). People we met casually were exceptionally friendly in both places, but in Syria no one would say a word about the political situation, whereas lots of Iranians did – and quite openly, often critically, apparently without being afraid. (Our Iranian guide, who didn’t hold back himself at all, but always phoned his secret police handler whenever we had a change of plan, told us people could be pretty much as critical as they liked, as long as they didn’t do anything.)

      In Syria, mukhabarat men always seemed to sit at the next table anywhere we stopped to eat or drink, whereas in Iran they followed discreetly at a distance, and were only obvious occasionally and apparently by mistake – and embarrassed to be clocked. In Syria it was clear they wanted us (and anyone we encountered) to know they were there and listening. Yet now it’s the Syrians who are really going for it and standing up to be counted – and shot.

      An article about the groups trying desperately to maintain non-violent and less dangerous forms of protest – and using humour – which acknowledges that the repression is so savage that it is having an effect on the numbers coming out in the streets now:
      http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2011/Oct-31/152623-syrias-prankster-army-make-case-for-non-violence.ashx#axzz1cNHPSm00

    • #11106
      rickshaw92
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      In Syria, mukhabarat men always seemed to sit at the next table

      After 14 years of runnin shaw it’s doubtful any of these pukes could keep up.

      anywhere we stopped to eat or drink

      The little douchbags couldent keep up with me in a bar either.

    • #11107
      rickshaw92
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    • #11108
      Penta2
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      Glorious photos. I love them all, but the street scene with St Paul’s in the background is very special.

    • #11109
      rickshaw92
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      I really like that one too.

    • #11110
      Lee Ridley
      Keymaster

      Agreed. I think it captures the feel of the city very well.

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