Friday, January 22, 2010

Weird day on Hospitalityclub

After a long pause I started to get e-mails through Hospitalityclub*, but what's wrong with people TODAY? I received two weird messages and I didn't get the point...

"Hello

I like to travel and see other people and countries to get acquainted with their cultures,habits,ideas and...and I think if u cant travel your self u can receive useful help and my educational services.I am an open-minded and I'm interested in learning more, pursuing Academic science, watching documentary movies...and I like an outdoor life.

Now I am an official representative of University of Tasmania for Australia, One of the top and wonderful universities in the world.

My services include to counsel all eligible applicants who desire to pursue higher education and give them advice regarding how to apply for any suitable type of student visa for Australian Embassy anywhere around the world. Other services I provide for applicants are arrange variety types of accommodation they wish to settle in, Airport pickup service and to active TFN for their part time work permit while they are studying.

Dear I am interested in you and like to meet you and visit your country please leave your email and contact phone if you really wish to have me as your friend and or partner you can send me an invitation letter or show your consent. I am even able to travel by student visa or some language course tourist visa. Please send me your confirmation letter to me here and via email so that I can arrange my
travel plan. Looking forward to receiving your quick reply." (His profile was still in Iran).

And the second one:

"hi!! I am brazilian!! I think you know PORTO DE GALINHAS THE BEST BEACH!! my home!!we can talk more !! adic mi xx@xx.xx kiss"



*"What is the Hospitality Club?

Our aim is to bring people together - hosts and guests, travelers and locals. Thousands of Hospitality Club members around the world help each other when they are traveling - be it with a roof for the night or a guided tour through town. Joining is free, takes just a minute and everyone is welcome. Members can look at each other's profiles, send messages and post comments about their experience on the website.

The club is supported by volunteers who believe in one idea: by bringing travelers in touch with people in the place they visit, and by giving "locals" a chance to meet people from other cultures we can increase intercultural understanding and strengthen the peace on our planet."

www.hospitalityclub.org

3 comments:

  1. Eka = huijari, toka = sekopää. Molemmille ignore. Ei se niin vaikiaa ole x)

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