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... last night and wandered into to the lake area after breakfast. Loads of police about, just generally loafing about like us. Many seem to be plain clothes or secret police as they sit about together but are in T-shirts and trousers. After a mango juice shake I asked on policeman if I could take his picture. I asked as his truncheon did look a bit used. He said, 'no picture, no picture' which ...
... to move away from Soviet style planning in 1986, a process furthered when the US lifted its embargo in 1995. Ahn explained that the Soviet years cost the country a lot of lost time. She said, we only had three friends, the Soviets who gave us a lot but presented us with a very big bill, Cuba that had nothing to offer us, and China, which only ever wanted to invade. But each year since 1986, she has witnessed things getting better.
... scariest by far! We then watched a free ice skating display still underground! Everyone is mad in this mall, people singing and dancing everywhere what a place! Went to a pretty mad nightclub called lighthouse which you have to cross a motorway at your own peril to find, all made it good fun ...
... sandwich! Whilst sat in there we could hear music on the street so we went to have a look. Nathan took some photos of a group of old people playing instruments. Its only as it passed by we realised it was a funeral, which the camera slowly slipped away. Very intersting to see. The coffin in a van with the doors open and everyone following the behind. Everyone in the street stopping to pay respect.
At the night time we agreed to go out for some drinks with 2 Canadian girls we ...
... to survive! Well worth the money for a tour especially as we don't really do tours we prefer to do it ourselves.
We then went up to Sapa a bit further north on the overnight train to do some walking in the mountains and visit some hill tribe villages. After my one experience of using the toilet on an Indian train and nearly hurling everywhere I have successfully made it around the rest of the world not using any public transport toilets which is great, ...
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