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... only two. Breakfast followed, but I rarely am hungry for breakfast, so I usually do something else. In Holland I escaped to quickly explore around whatever town or city where we were docked, returning before others even arose for the day; on our way to and from Antarctica I usually went to the gym and pounded on their treadmills. On the Victoria Anna we were told that to leave the boat we had to pay 100 yuan, ...
... economic zone. Tiananmen Square lasted from March to June 5th. Government felt like they had done well for China and didn't want to ruin things :-). So - they brought in the military and put an end to the revolt.
Now - China is the worlds biggest importer and second biggest exporter. Also biggest oil importer. 80 million people are working in private business now. Long network of high speed trains. Goes 268 miles per ...
... be able to participate today! Yea . . .
Just returned from the visit to the dam. Misty. Rainy. But reasonably warm . . Need to look for the positives. It appears that they rarely see the sun here. Another positive was Susan - our local tour guide. She was adorable and spoke wonderful English! She works for the tourism company that promotes the dam . . She says she is often called the "dam guide" but prefers ...
... tours in such ways as this visit. It’s a two hour drive but well worth it. We wander through brand new entrances made to look ancient and once through, we stroll up on a curve in the path which unfolds the huge variety of carvings into a cliff. What a find this must have been to that first person to discover. Buddha’s and Taoism interpretations were smoothly explained by our guide Windy. We held to every word. You could ...
... so they have 6 adults (parents and 2 sets of grandparents) constantly serving them and always getting pretty much what they ask for.
These kids arrive to school in the fanciest of cars that you could imagine: Porsche, BMW, Lexus, Maserati, Range Rover, Buick, Lincoln's and Ferrari's. Absolutely crazy! And the families have at least two of these vehicles.
As for the kids, they are always decked out in the finest ...