And in Denmark too? (was: Conlang meeting in Nederlands (Irina/Boud, Rob, Maarten, Christophe))
|Date:||Saturday, November 3, 2001, 8:34|
--- Lars Henrik Mathiesen <thorinn@...> wrote:
> CPN is Cape Rodney in Papua New Guinea. A bit of a
> detour going from TYO to AMS, but the weather might
> be better there.
No, no, I meant Copenhagen! Sorry for the incorrect
abbreviation, but I can point out that Tokyo's int'l
flight abbreviation is NRT (ie, Narita), not TYO.
> > That would be Cheapinghaven, er, Copenhagen.>
> That's Cheapmanhaven to you, my friend. Mercatorum
> portus, old style.
Sorry, but I'm not sure if you are being sarcastic or
not. From the looks, Cheapmanhaven - town of the
cheap man?? Or is it truly an old Danish word?
> However, on the assumption that SuomenkieliMaa meant
> to write CPH, that being a more natural place for a
> stopover with SAS, I can only say that he's welcome
> to meet the natives here as well.
Lars, that would be great! As I explained, though,
I'll be accompanied by my Japn friend. Can you email
me privately to email@example.com and
firstname.lastname@example.org so we can plan it? I still
need to consider when to meet the Dutch members!
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