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... by a couple in my dorm and they took forever to get ready...when I finally got up, at 9am which is not that late at all, I had to face the cold living room. I did stay there. Instead I went to crab some food and find a bench on the lake shore. I stayed there a while staring in the vague and then went to the hostel. The temperature was ok in the bar attached to the hostel so I had a cup of ...
... is nice it's a very 'fake' version of China. Perhaps Chinese people are trying to reconstruct their culture, as the country is changing so quickly and has become westernised. It's pretty easy to get by just spelling English and most Chinese people (in the cites at least) seem into fashion, mobile phones, McDonald's and ...
... Kuala Lumpur at breakfast who offered to drive me to the airport this afternoon- I have no idea how I've met such genuinely nice people. I have a lot of karma points to earn back! So this morning him, the Taiwanese guy and myself wandered around the city markets buying snacks to take back for my colleagues and practicing Chinese (well, I was!). After this we found a really famous laksa restaurant and ate my last Malaysian meal- it ...
... still hard as brick, but after sleeping on beds in China for two-and-a-half weeks, you get used to it. We were all in the same car and the rest of the crew played "Pass the Pigs" until it was lights out. The train ride was short, only 8.5 hours long. I still think overnight trains are a great way to go. :) However, you get kinda hot and sweaty with 6 to a room and feel the need for a shower immediately after getting off. :(
... festival production area and the band get straight into soundcheck mode. The rain has stopped so while they set their gear up and line-check Alex and I head off to search for suitable locations for John to shoot the band later.
The festival is set in Tai Zi Wan park, a landscaped botanical gardens based around a waterfall that cascades into the lake, and in amongst the bridges and pagodas we find a tomb and traditional Chinese pavilion housing a museum dedicated to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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