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As our plane nears one hour until arrival I look around at the group to see the majority of the boys finally getting some sleep. This last leg of our flights today has been uneventful with 3 hours of lights down, 90min for breakfast service which most of the boys were not even aware of and now the final hour where the flight crew are busy clearing away trays and prepping the plane ...
... previously, but you wouldn't know it, considering how bad most of us were, including me! After this class, we were finished for the day, so went back to our rooms, but then planned to come back downstairs and go out shopping and have dinner. However, I spent some time working out how to contact Glenn and the girls in real time, when Oanh told me I could use WeChat to have audio calls and video calls. I tried ringing Glenn's WeChat but unless he had it open on ...
... us to an abridged trip of around 4 km instead of the 10km promised.
As we climbed up to the wall the rain stopped. The wall and surrounding scenery was so photogenic.With the wall 5000 miles long, I was getting concerned about missing the turn off.
This section went up and over a number of hills with a tower at the top of each. I started to warm to my local lady finding out she was a Mongolian farmer.
The benefit of ...
... have gone
by but even so, while working in Thailand I would still get a queasy sinking
feeling in my stomach when yet again I had to rescue one of our cats from
attempting to hunt boa constrictors.
One morning in particular, still half asleep I wandered into our parking area where
one of the cats was stood, fur raised in front of an irate cobra. The serpent
was really not having a good day. It’s hood up it was darting ...
... back up stairs to get the bus.
As it was still raining we spoke with the group and the guide and we decided to cut short one of the trips, and go to activities that were more in doors. We headed to the Temple of Heaven and were shown around the different parts of it. As you will see from the photos, it was still wet and really quiet too. We still managed to get in a couple of group shots and Chinese tourists also wanted to join in!
In the ...