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... services they offer to their customers. As a client of Hemaraj, they provide; training classes, personal assistants and you can rent out a facility first before committing to opening up a plant. After the presentation, we are taken to Valeo – a French compressor manufacturer. They give us a tour of their facility and it is really interesting to see some of the things I learned in my Operations Management class such as kanbans and lead times. ...
... after this, Polly just books buses, trains now, we see very little of her wherever we are
Her boyfriend gets very uptight if anyone criticizes her or her so called work (I have upset him more than once)
It isn’t something I would have expected from a so called professional company, professional driver or professional leader
They make things as bad and poor as possible so you quit the trip, this means they will make even more money from you as they ...
... before us and were put in cowboy hats. They are quite amusing looking, intelligent, animals anyway and seeing them in the cowboy hats tickled me for the rest of the day. With nothing else to occupy the time at the park, we moved on and went for an exploratory drive to Horseshoe Bay, beyond which is the large Siam Lake, near which we had lunch before returning home for a few hours sun and an evening on movies.
Yesterday morning was spent at ...
... similar to circus shows of the same nature forcing animals to
play and dance around for you. Unlike most other countries, however, the
animals in these shows are clearly neglected. You can see them being
prodded with iron bars, or worse, they have scars and burns from
previous training (as was the case with a particular tiger in one of the
tiger shows that I saw). If you can turn a blind eye toward this, the zoo is ...
... a streetside restaurant. We managed to order a beer by walking to the cooler and pointing at what we wanted, no one understood English, or my version of it. After cooling down our temperature and attitudes, we crossed the street and negotiated a ride in an empty truck/taxi to the Sunshine Hotel on the Beach road in Pattaya. The Sunshine Hotel was located about a hundred yards up Soi 8 from the beach road. As Barb and I pulled our bags ...