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... mas como somos brasileiros e nunca desistimos, enfrentamos as tormentas e chegamos a Macau. Afinal, se os portugueses chegaram aqui, nos tambem conseguiriamos. Entramos num onibus, rumo ao sitio historico declarado pela UNESCO como patrimoinio cultural da humanidade. Nada como conseguir ler tudo! O letreiro do bus estava escrito em cantones, portugues e ingles! E assim, boa parte das coisas! Um alivio para o cerebro, mas nao para o ouvido, pois ...
... and a banana and me and Dave set off for Macau. As were going back to the hostel I have packed only my day bag and left my rucksack and other bag at the hostel.
I've brought one pair of trousers- my zip off shorts ones in fact. And as sods law goes, on the underground something started leaking on my trousers. I discovered 2 baby oranges in the outside side pocket of my bag that I had just squashed and the juice had gone all over the upper part of my trousers. I ...
... the family fun day next weekend, because we will certainly need it for that six-day work week. But that is a story for another day.
Other than that we have been getting the classrooms spoookkkyyyy and preparing for "Dress Up Day". Too many evil connotations that go with Halloween, I guess. I think our costumes should be enough to freak them out anyway. We'll leave those pictures for next time. Wish us luck in our celebrations -- Peter ...
macau is sort of a part of china just over the way from hong kong which used to belong to the portugese. it is also known as the vegas for the east. with the idea to win lost of money, me and lauie headed over there for the day on the ferry. getting off the ferry, we were imediatly greeted by people from various casinos asking us to go gamble there, cos clearly me and lauie look like high rollers. we took advantage of this however, ...
... many contacts in
Bangkok who are able to provide us with accurate information. The
Director of the Prem Centre in Chiang Mai will be traveling to Bangkok
this week to monitor the situation.
The Prem Center in Chiang Mai
is very remote and is considered a nonpolitical area. If any protests
develop they will likely be centered in Bangkok. As such, we are
carefully monitoring the Bangkok situation. The students will not be