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... is showing us an unfamiliar scene: men in power who - surprisingly - seem genuinely to have the best interests of the public at heart, who take their responsibility seriously and discharge their duties in a sober and thoughtful way.....We have to believe that power can be good. A belief in the inherent corruptness of power is, paradoxically, not a good starting point for getting the kind of governance we need and deserve." We get the government we deserve and I think we ...
... or “this is someone's parent.” Or is it a case that something in the wide universe applies the rule “as you give, so will you receive”? I don’t know. But I experienced several instances like that in Vietnam.
Ever since I saw that old lady laying on the street next to Seven-Eleven in Chiang Mai I feel compelled to do one good deed a day by giving some money to a needy person, I mean a real needy person and not some drug enslaved ...
... to be discharged to the sea. Unfortunately the weather today was quite cold and windy, but it was still worthwhile to see it. On top of the dike is a four lane highway connecting two provinces, with vast amounts of water on either as you get to the middle of the trip, water is pretty much all you would see. We travelled a few kilometres along the dike and stopped where a few memorials where placed in recognition of those that helped in construction. Also ...
... paying, a big Dutch barge did not make it round the tight corner where we were moored so Isi had to fend off as it was blown alongside. They had a couple of attempts to move off but the wind was too strong, and in the end they tied a line to the other bank of the canal, then like a tug of war team they managed to get themselves round, no damage done to Spring Tide, their Skippers pride got a bit dented.
Once they were clear, ...
The next installment will cover our two days spent in Amsterdam, 30 minutes by silent high speed double decker train from Leiden. The buses and trains are so efficient and plentiful here that it was not worth hiring a car.
A couple ...