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... conversations with the taxi drivers in Malaysia.
This guy was originally from India, he told me all about his recent trip back home to visit temples and sadly his dying father.
He said "I've told my children, no marriage no boys or girls, just study. Go make lots of money as that makes the world go round"
I had to laugh when he said to me, "what job do you do back in England? When ...
... Wan and Jaimie Winston (Ray Winston's actress daughter) were delightful and really friendly and chatty and complimented us on our outfits and had loads of photos taken with us. We also met the new hotel manager, a lovely Scot who was living in Bath called Paul. He had just arrived and was off duty as the staff didn't yet know who he was. We also met another delightful young lady from Will's part of Scotland who us the sculptress' PA. A really fun and glitzy ...
... and the science block literally BETTER than I ever imagined. I have attached some photos for you- the labs are so well laid out, with separate wet and dry work areas so the kids can move to lab benches for practicals, leaving central desks for dry work. There are the amazing "break out" spaces for kids to spill out of classrooms to use for independent work. I have attached 2 pictures of the science staff room ...
... getting those little tasks done I went back to the National Mosque and Islamic art Museum, which I first saw on the hop-on hop-off tour. I spent hours just wander around the Islamic Art museum and basically fan-girling over all of the beautiful miniature paintings, tapestry, replicas of Islamic architecture, jewelry from various parts of the Islamic world, textiles, and of course the beautifully decorated Qur'ans. So Amazing! And probably the coolest place that ...
... it has changed beyond recognition. It is not that my memory is good or anything but now the skyline looks like any American city of glass towers and the malls are crawling with YSL, Channel, Coach and every other luxury brand that exists. Vast shopping malls half a dozen stories tall or more inside these huge office buildings. It is like Asia has embraced the parts of the west that exhibit wealth and status. I'm sure the heirs and shareholders of those ...