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... because I went to this place in Bern to apply for the Visa. It was interesting to understand all the formal process that the passport have to follow before the embassy issues the visa. I couldn't avoid thinking all the stress I put on Luca, employee of VFS in Bern, and all our phone calls I made to try to get my visa some days earlier to run to the Chinese embassy to apply for that other one.
That evening we all met ...
... as there is so much more to be planned, visas, hotels, cars etc. For hotels there seem to be bigger savings to be made. It is a common practice to bulk buy in frequently visited cities. Overall, the control is much bigger here and in the last years, negotiations have developed more into a partnership business. Third party audits are common too. They allow you to benchmark your travel management program, your operations or the performance of your ...
... success so far as nothing replaces meeting people in person.
Out on the Town
The first day we chose to eat in the hotel for dinner so we did not see much of the city besides driving to and from work. The drive was great as we got to see people going about their everyday lives. Our driver the first day was only temporary took the main roads. On the second day we got our permanent driver and he chose to use back streets ...
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They are very religous people they belive in differant gods. They basicly live and breathe religion.
Family life is basicly like what we have in america people marry and then stay togather with there family.
They live realy nicely there in there homes they always bellive that there is always room for improvement in there ...
... bit late in the morning we missed Gareth and Mad Dog, we snagged a Maruti Suzuki taxi for 50 roops to the ground, this seemed too good to be true, a very fair price. Failing to smell a rat, we finally twigged when the drivers friend asked if we fancied visiting a shop selling ethnic tat that was owned by his mate. Surprisingly enough, being around 2-3 hours away from one of ...