It is equipped with rest facilities and clean toilets.
Along the way , you walk past a bird sanctuary spot and enjoy the peaceful and tranquil environment with plenty of flora, towering trees, waterways n greeneries, perhaps spot a King Fisher, a Blue Tailed bee eater or a Parakeet Paradise.
I had to regain access to Facebook to manage the pages for my clients, and also for my own enterprises.
Many of my pages’ admin access were shared with a partner and were easily set back up with the new Facebook account I begrudgingly created, cursing Facebook under my breath as I set up the new account.
There were well over 2000 photos, countless videos, blog posts (notes), plus all the contacts (I still haven’t been able to reconnect with many who were all lost when Facebook disabled my account).
This was looking to be a very bleak situation as I further realized just what was lost.
Do I want Facebook to change their disabling policy? I manage a few MU sites and if you want someone off your site, by all means delete them/block them/whatever.
I found some articles by famous bloggers or journalists, including Roger Ebert, Robert Scoble, and Stan Shroeder (Mashable).
Many of these high-profiled Facebook users had their profiles and/or pages reabled soon after Facebook discovered who they disabled. Reading these articles didn’t instill much hope in me or my situation.
So what did I learn from my experience with Facebook?
Its been about a month since I had my account disabled, and had lots of time to reflect on the experience.