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I know enough French to read your messages but not enough to write. I am Monica, the Romanian blogger from ceainaria.blogspot.com . I wonder how did you find my blog and if you know Romanian language to read it...Thank you for the link. I find your Flickr fav. photos and your library quite amazing. Do you own all of them? If the answer is yes, may I ask if you work in tea business?Best regards,Monica
Hi Monica,I found your comment on Steph's cup of tea blog. I can't read romanian but you offer some international stuff on yours so I'll visit regularly. Except for Ukers "The Romance of Tea" (I only read it) all the books listed in LT are mine -call it an addiction - but I am in no way in the tea business. Do you know Teamail yahoo group and its guardian angel, Janis? Her DH is from Romania and they travel each year.http://www.catteacorner.com/teamail.htmI wish you all the best. Au plaisir
You have such a nice addiction. I have only one book about tea but it is an electronic one because in my country or at least in my city, there are not any. Perhaps I'll write one :P Kidding! Maybe I'll buy some from amazon.com ... I am sorry that you are not able to read it. I am writing in Romanian because I don't think there are blogs in this language. Anyway, I'll put some English into it for sure!I've just joined Teamail group this days but there are so many things to do and I couldn't learn more about it. It was curious that the word "ceai" was the second, after the English "tea" and I kind of smelled that there must be a Romanian involved in it. This is such a long comment...Anyway thank you for your tips. I added your blog in my RSS Reader so I'll be able to read every post of yours. I'll improve my French this way. I'd learn it for 9 years but I haven't had the opportunity to speak/write so I am not very good at it...Au revoir! :)
Good observation, Monica!I have already mentioned Teazo, a hungarian site on tea.http://2teaspoons.blogspot.com/search?q=hongrois
I love the other blog, in chinese or japanese. We can benefit from its English links and see the images ;) Thanks for the tip!
Malheureusement, Monica n'a publié que 16 billets en avril et mai 2007.Le zhong nomade a fini par ouvrir sa maison de thé à Gatineau, Cha yi.Et Michel, de Teajar, publie sporadiquement ses dernières cuissons.
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