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Keeping with tradition, I am writing this blog just a few hours before departing on another adventure. It has been an awesome past few weeks full of travel and school work, although I must admit there has been more emphasis on the former.
Shortly after posting my last blog, I boarded a flight to Krabi in southern Thailand where I spent five days wandering around the region all by myself. Upon my arrival in Krabi, I proceeded to my hostel where I met a friendly group of ...
... soon enough we are on the plane, all very high tech with flat seats again although we don’t really need them as it’s a daytime flight, albeit 7 hours plus.
The time passes quite fast with the meal service and reading, but unfortunately H loses a filling while eating raspberry tart. So catch up with us shortly in Perth and find out what happens to the tooth… (oh – we declared the Moon Cakes and were allowed to bring them in - apparently they only ban ones with bacon (?) ...
... flight is about 4 hours to Hong Kong on Cathay Pacific. We flew them over from LAX and they are amazing, now I know why they are the number one airline in the world. Once we get to Hong Kong we have an hour layover and then a 14 hour flight non stop to LAX. That's where we will need to do some napping! We leave Asia at 8am and get into LAX at 11:15am the same day because we lose a day as we cross the International Date Line. The second ...
... during the flight which would require thePolice to come on board before we could get off.. There was quite a lot of who ha just a few seats in front of us but we couldn't sort out the problem because of course they were all speaking rapid Chinese! Anyway after a bit we squeezed past all the activity and got off with lots of apologies from the crew.
That's it for the moment - next stop Frankfurt.
... I watched on dad's shoulders. After the parade had passed, we followed them to the exit. We went along and some people were taking photos of me which felt a bit funny. There was one man with his little girl who looked about 3 years old sitting in his arms and when he went past he asked if he could take a picture. When they started walking away the girl waved at us before focusing on what was in front of her. On the way out there was another person taking ...