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... driver was cursing at the black BMW which decided to slip in between its bumper and the car no less that 3 meters in front, causing some serious breaking and a well deserved horn blast.
Settled in at our lodgings for the night, we headed out into the night to do some last minute discount shop shopping. As I’d forgotten to bring the picnic blanket, I needed to purchase something that ...
Ok so.... On friday I quit my awful job! It feels great to NOT be making 300 calls a day hoping someone will listen to me and buy funeral insurance :)
On Friday, I also got a call from my friend Ange (the one I met at a wedding last year who runs an agency that connects families and Au Pairs, has 3 beautiful children and has been so great to me while I've been here). She said that one of the families she works with had a situation (current Au Pair broke her leg & needs to ...
5PM (Chinese time) crossing the equator. Another first.
6PM (over South China Sea) just left the Philippines behind. Looks like it could be pretty stormy below the clouds.
7:15PM (over Hong Kong) started descent into Guangzhou. Lightning all around the plane,
7:20PM whoa - I think we just dropped hundreds of feet in one hit. Turbulence is really bad.
7:35PM on the ground.
8PM Queuing ...
... boring week allowed to just pass us by, surely we'd have something in the pipeline for the weekend? Well initially we didn't! With the exception of climbing a certain bridge on the Sunday evening our plans were pretty ad hoc but as it turns out they all came together quite nicely! Pretty restless from a week of "leisure" shall we say, we were up an out early doors on Saturday morning. With Sydney out our mercy I wanted to do something new & Vicky had ...
... waving to us as we passed under the bridge. Quite fun.
This is the first time I have sailed on an older and smaller cruise ship and I really like it. It does not have the glitz of the huge new ones like the Royal Princess (which can carry 4,000 passengers) and which we were on in the Mediterranean, but it has an intimacy.
I am in the library, its walls lined by dark wood book cases and graced with a table containing a jigsaw puzzle as ...