It's been some time now that he's gone.

How hard it was to experience everything without a partner.
It was easy to avoid everybody, but now after all these years she was ready to start something new.

The holidays were coming, her yearning to travel grew stronger every month and frankly she got tired of walking the dog twice a day. He was the one who always took care of the dog.

Some of her friends had tried to play match maker but the situations always ended in disaster, because the men she was introduced to, were not really what she was looking for.

Her local paper featured ads about people wanting to meet someone, but there were no pictures, just romantic promising and what she thought were unreal exaggerations. Some of these adds encouraged her to call, but all she got in the end was high phone bills.

It was pure coincidence that she ran into Maureen, an acquaintance from one of her Tupperware parties from the time when her husband was still alive.

Over coffee they talked about the good old times but the conversation turned quickly to men, marriage and money. Maureen had never been married but had an active social life, different men for different occasions as she puts it.

'You know' she said, ' I don't want to be tied down right know, you never know when Mr. Right comes along' she said with a happy smile. 'I just call a date, meet someone and see how it works out'.

You should try it, too, just go to

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Everybody loved the water, the whole group wanted to be near or on the water. No matter which destination they choose, there had to be water, oceans, lakes, waterfalls or rivers.

Whitewater rafting had been a lot of fun, but looking back, thinking about their wipe-out, they knew they had bitten off more than they could chew and wanted to do something a bit more romantic this time.

On the other hand a cruise was something they though might have been a bid to passive and restrictive with to much time doing really nothing and than there's all that food...

It was not before someone mentioned the rivers of Europe and started to point out all the European discoveries that are possible with rivers going right through vibrant cities, quaint towns and beautiful scenery in so many different European countries.

Now 'all that food' was discussed from a quite different, more indulgent  perspective and they tried to outdo each other with a few French and German culinary expressions.

They talked through the night about the Rhine Castles in Germany, the Loire Châteaux in France, the Danube river in Austria and all the rest of Europe with storybook village and cities of light and life, thousand years of history, different people and colorful cultures to be discovered.

The many possibilities were so exiting and the time so right that they quickly came to a unanimous decision; it would be many river trips to the most interesting countries of Europe.

If part or all of your business is selling, operating or promoting river trips in Europe, then why not buy the domain

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So, I finally broke down and gave flippa a try.

My current flippa listing is limited to a handful, but all top level domains and are offered through auctions. (Place your bid now).

Judging from some blog entries elsewhere on the web, it seems not everybody is thrilled to trade on flippa.

But considering the only other alternative, a market place, dominated by sedo, I think it's time to give flippa a chance.
Particular in light of the fact that flippa sold back in December 2014 for $120,000 and in January for $10,000.
While sedo is dominating the European market, in particular the country code domain sales, it remains a mystery to me that I have never received an offer,  nor having been contacted, despite the fact that I have listed hundreds of domains with them, since 2008.

Yes, my domains produce very little if any income, and no, we cannot boast of hundreds of visitors daily.
The value of domains is clearly visible in the key words of which they are made of.
Whatever your content or your business might be, there is a very good chance we have a domain name to match.
In addition we offer domains in three different languages, English, German and French and more, with 16 different extensions, mostly TLDs and ccTLDs.

To show what is selling and for how much, (updated today) I have recorded domains sold on my website going back to April 2012.

While this 'link farming' has also brought me the wrath of Google, who besides, sedo ignores as well, I thought it necessary to show what is selling globally and for how much.

Furthermore, my sold listing is an excellent source to check and compare prices before plugging down your hard earned money for '' or something equally overpriced.

Looking at past domain sales listings, courtesy of DNJournal, I am at least assured - compared with what is selling today - that my vintage, never been used, top level, country code, multilingual and generic domains are quiet valuable after all.

So, rejoice if you see one or more of my domains on flippa, (or DomainNameSales, Godaddy, and oh yes, sedo), place your bid, make an offer  or buy outright, because finally you know, you've found the right domain.