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... on the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia, bordering China, Laos and Cambodia. With a population of 90 million, approximately 80% live in rural areas and work in agricultural labour. Viet Nam is approximately 331,690 square km in area, by comparison it is one-third the size of the Province of British Columbia. A country of divine contrasts from the bustling and chaotic streets ...
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http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/o ct/22/canadian-parliament-hill-lockdown -shootout
It was a deeply emotional atmosphere as we took a minute of
silence for the Corporal who died defending the War Memorial. People sung the
Canadian anthem with such passion that night. You know the world has gone mad
when people attack such an amazing, ...
... t think they did. Anyway back to the first crew, everyone was so awesome, no dramas except for a stolen Christmas tree in Memphis but it was worth it to see the look on johns face when Zoe rocked on the bus still drunk as **** with a Christmas tree under her arm, that tree made it all the way to New York, Karen was going to post it back to Zoe for a joke, don't know if she did though. I sat up towards the back of the bus this time Tess, not as good a view as the front but all the ...
... just hand it off to the next person I see that looks like they were in need and I found a nice gentleman to give it to.
After this, I went back to my room and chilled out for a bit. I had truly needed the rest. Since rest didn’t seem to agree with me I ended up going down to the hot tub and relaxing there for a bit before calling it a night.
... that it dominates the skyline in the city. It dwarfs everything; it is twice the height of the next largest building in the city. It is the most iconic building in Toronto, and indeed the whole of Canada, and by far the most popular tourist attraction in the city, with two million visitors a year taking the journey to the top. Consequently, entrance to the building commands a fee that is as large as the building; it costs $36 to get to the top. With only a hint of shock and ...