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Knock knock knock...I ran to the door and it was Richard from the front desk of the Hostel. He had a very worried look on his face and he said "you are suppose to be on the tour". I said yeah I know I set my alarm for 4am and its only 3:30am now......yikes right when I said it I remembered that there is an hour time difference between China and Laos. My phone didn't update itself because my SIM was still from Laos and the wifi must not have been strong enough to make the ...
... of 33 million) at 1.30 for our flight to Hong Kong. At HK we said goodbye to our friends from the tour as we settled into the airport lounge for our 11.50 pm flight to Melbourne. At last check the flight was delayed by 45 mins. We finally arrived home at 12.30pm on Monday, we had no problems going through customs. It is good to be back home, the bet country in the ...
... for us as we had not bought much. The ship had a farewell dinner which was pretty much the same type of food we have had for the whole cruise, very spicy and not a lot of meat, We all took photos of each other, and then finished off on the top deck for a game of cards and a few drinks with our tour group which was fun. Today was grand final day, Hawthorn defeated Sydney by 10 goals. Not so disappointed we didn't watch it as it appeared to be one ...
Looking at an amazing blue sea and a sun that I almost can catch , I look back to my last days in china. 1000kms above the sky I got 5hours to think and you will think about everything. How many people would have sit on my chair?! Who would have sit here? What is the purpose of these people flying to Singapore or even How did my nail became so long?
First I want to confess something about me and flying. For the moment my plane is shaking and going like ...
... got a little confused or more accurately, had no idea where the street was, so it took a little while to explain where to go. Luckily, I had a sophomore student with me who knew Hechuan even better than I and eventually got us there.
For the first time, I saw this mini-bar in full throttle: ten of us had just entered, and officially every chair was taken. One man was situated in the back belting out a gloriously moving song, and I soon came to realize that he ...