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In a few hours I’m on my Malaysian Airlines flight to Paris via Kuala Lumpur – pray for me. I hope
the missiles are pointed in some other direction.
Next time we talk it will be from the land of the Piaf, Marie Antoinette and the chocolate croissant.
Edouard (call me Monsieur!)
We woke up about 11 and headed straight out for lunch and a juice. Found a place in a department store which is pretty cheap and tastes good. £2 a bowl for rice, chicken and veg. Noel found a coupon ( not a groupon ;-)) on the tourist map for £3 off the big bus tour, so we bought that for £7 an jumped on. Even then they tried to rip us off but we were persistent and got it for £7 instead of £10. We went all around the main city ...
... On our way to the silk factory, we went through the Bind area (actually we were staying at the Wyndham Bund), which is the area granted as concessions to Britain and then France after the Opium wars, which has early 1920s British architecture, right along the waterfront. Somehow escaped bombing of several wars. The silk factory was interesting, because the process they use here is somewhat different that what we saw in Vietnam. Here the silk from ...
freedoms I believe in and contribute to society in a meaningful way
negative stagnation in life; streamline life's inefficiencies in order
to create more time for happiness; however, do not lose roots
the unique talents ...
... do nothing to stop it and on occasion with even join in; as was the case today when one of my kids put 'Ake' on his name card. I didn't know how to pronounce it so I asked him what his name was before asking him an on topic question and that drew attention to him and his name card and all the children and the teacher laughed. Turns out his name is Danny.
Sometimes kids have to come to the office to read something or get checked on ...