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About Dhukka

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  • Birthday 02/20/1976
  1. Hi Robb, I use RSS for some pages I want to keep track of and I find it's really practical. While I agree that it won't make sense in the forum itself, I often have wished there would be RSS for the front page updates. If someone reads the forum on a regularly basis it surely doesn't make sense since you have to bypass the front page to get there. But there are periods where I don't have the time or interest to read the forum and don't visit the page at all. That's when a front page RSS feed would make sense for me.
  2. Hi there, after finally graduating from university one week ago, I'm right now in the final planning stages of my big and well deserved graduation holiday. I'm gonna fly to NYC on May 13th, stay there for 6 days and then will do a four week camping road trip to San Francisco with TrekAmerica. Afterwards I'm gonna travel California alone for three more weeks. I haven't been very active coasterwise in the last years, but those last three weeks in Cali are reserved for my old passion. From June 16 to July 6 I want to visit Disney (3 days), Universal (2 days), Knotts (1 day), Sea World (1 da
  3. Part 5. The last one. Hope you enjoyed it. One of the brakemen sitting in the last row. Return run to the station. You can see the side-friction track. A train passing the village section. Nice view of the twisted layout. The lift hill. Up we go. It starts with a nice tunnel section. The theming resembles a small mountain village This ride is just beautiful. Here a train ascends the lift hill. Last, but not least the reason why one should visit the Prater. It still offers some nice views from the outside. It wasn't really painfull, but it wasn't joyf
  4. Part 4. Almost done. It was very old. It was old. The sound and smell literally dragged me to this one. It reminded me of my first ghost house when I was a child. One of the many ghost houses you can find there. A train going down the first drop. I didn't ride this one too. Though it looks like a Schwarzkopf at first, it's actually a Vekoma. Mega Blitz. It's almost impossible to take acceptable pictures of this ride. The beautiful skyline of the prater. How many rides can you spot? Email you know who. The Starflyer. Omg this thing is so tall. Can't wait to t
  5. Part three. More Prater pctures. My favorite picture. Pure, twisted, Pinfari fun. I can seriously recommend this ride. I really liked it, although there was no airtime on it. It doesn't look like much, but its very fast and all the brakes where turned off. Next to the spinning mouse was the Pinfari "Super 8er Bahn". This was a very good ride. Who's the biggest spinner now? It also has a small tunnel section towards the end. They don't look like they have fun either. The spinning mouse. Actually it was my first ever and I really didnt enjoy it. See what these
  6. Part 2. More of the town and the first Prater pictures. The landmark of the prater. The old Ferris wheel. One of the many spinning rides that occupy the place. A standard wild mouse. Since I have ridden enough mice enough times I decided to skip this credit. It wasn't worth the price. There was this nice wooden Toboggan slide. Unfortunately it was closed. Pretty kiddie carousel. Side-entrance of the Prater. Zooming in on the Prater, you can easily spot the ferris wheel, the space shot and the Starflyer Beautiful night shot from a hill outside of the town. Th
  7. Hi there. Yesterday I returned from my one week trip to Vienna. Having two friends there, since several months, I finally took the chance to visit them and also check out Austrias capitol. The city is really a gem. Castles, churches, sculptures, museums, you name it, its there. Scattered all over the place and mixed with newer, modern buildungs. I loved it a lot, so I decided to provide some pictures of this as well (just a few). Of course I also had to visit the Wiener Prater (It translates to "the Prater of Vienna", so its not what you may think). In fact, I actually visited it twic
  8. Omg, Indiana Beach looks so beautiful. I definitely have to include the place in my next US visit (if it will ever happen).
  9. Surprisingly not a coaster at all. If I could, I would go back to my 2001 Florida visit and reride Alien Encounter. That was the best ride of my whole trip back then.
  10. I have often thought about how cool it would be to have a B&M Inverter interwinding with a Rapid River. Imagine: Half Cobra Roll that crosses a tree line to the right, a slight right turn and you end up on a long straight track - below you runs a Rapid. You drop down and race the Rafts very close, go through a zero-g and drop down to the rapid again, then the rides would seperate again. That would be so good.
  11. In the last weeks, for me, it was definitely Orgy - Suckerface from the awesome Intamin Accelerators Video (sorry, forgot who it came from). This video should have entered the contest. And I still don't know the song from Greg Spalding's UK Parks Video from this year's contest. Can somebody help me with this please? Greets Nikita
  12. Knoebels look really beautiful. I hope I will be able to go there someday. One thing: Could somebody please explain the whole flyers-snap-PPP-thing to a flyerdeprivated european. We don't have these things over here. Greets Nikita
  13. Something you might want to use is Ch!pz They are from the Netherlands and the first two Singles (Ch!pz in black, Cowboy) were pretty successful all over Europe during the last few months. I actually don't like it too much, but it's plain Aqua and Toybox Style, so you maybe like it. Another song that would be suitable for a video is Holiday by Green Day. And another song from a very successful German Band, that was already mentioned above, is "Nur ein Wort" by "Wir sind Helden". I'll think about more songs Bye Nikita
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