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... It's isn't easing off either. I'm just going to have to brave the rain. By now, there's a foot of water over the roads... I practically swam the streets to the bus stop. Local store owners all looking and pointing at my clothed alfresco bathing. A couple of guys even tried to sell me an umbrella... It was too late for that. I would complain but I'm half grateful. I was sweating bullets all afternoon until the rain. This is natures air conditioning. While everyone ran ...
We spent the night listening to jets whooshing over our
heads, but it was after all an airport hotel and after breakfast took a cab to
the airport. We climbed into our Airbus 380 in 32 degrees of heat. 12 hours,
umpteen films and rather scrummy meals later we got out to -2 degrees and a
chill wind blowing across Heathrow Airport. A rather bleak climax to a
fantastic month in Asia.
... entirety of the postmaster's work for the day I would not be surprised. (You can talk Stephen, you have not done any work for over four months! Ed.) As we pottered on through this enchanting old colonial city, the old fort area, free of scooters and motorbikes, with space to walk and only the odd friendly Tuc Tuc driver asking us if we perhaps wanted to go somewhere and maybe buy some gems we felt that maybe the train journey was worth it ... But maybe also there was a better way back. ...
... stopping on the way at a turtle hatchery..to be honest I was a bit unsure of whether to visit this place but we gave it a go anyway...safe to say they do care for the turtles but I don't think I will be going back there again as I don't believe that they had the turtles best interest at heart overall:( After making moe listen to my animal rights whining and 'that so wouldn't be allowed in Australia' talks we headed over to hikkadua for some snorkeling at the coral reef! We got on ...
... I honestly will never look at a cup of tea the same way. It is quite a procedure to process the leaves that have been painstakingly hand picked by very courageous workers, that get paid according to the weight they bring on a daily basis (usually at least 16kilos each). As you know tea is very light so it required a huge effort day in and day out. The smell of tea in the factory is very pungent and our tour guide is very good and even quizzes us at the end to ...
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