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New Podcast with Photographer Alex Lindbloom

Discussion in 'Indonesia' started by Mike Veitch, Mar 13, 2019.

  1. Mike Veitch

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    Premo83 Nassau Grouper

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    Love your podcasts, always great to listen to!
     
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  3. Mike Veitch

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    Thanks a lot! Glad to hear you enjoy them
     
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  4. Dan_T

    Dan_T Great White

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    Enjoy seeing that one. Who's next? How about Nu Parnupong of whitemanta.com? :)
     
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  5. Wisnu

    Wisnu Loggerhead Turtle

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    Yes, another nice podcast , I always enjoy your podcast,
     
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  6. Mike Veitch

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    Nu would be good, but trying to catch him in Indonesia is hard! He is a world traveler
     
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    Rob669 Angel Fish

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    I really enjoyed the podcast, thanks for doing it. I also watched the previous one with the CI man which was very interesting, especially the conversation on managing numbers of tourists and the experience of self-regulation by the diving industry. Please keep them coming.
     
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