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Well, I hate to disappoint everyone, but the tournament did not enforce the skirt policy. However... I did win. It was a very straightforward match. My opponent was Simone from Australia. She was very quick to tell me to take it easy on her and that she was here for fun. We exchanged country souvenirs before the match and I won in 3. We watched and supported all of the women in our group. Julie Kessler from Philadelphia had a very tough match against a ...
... the Chinese way, by dictation. Its history is drilled into its citizens' brains, minus all the bad stuff like 30 million people dying during a certain revolution, and they are taught by their elders and teachers that Chinese culture is the best. Fortunately and unfortunately, they have Western media to blame for their citizens not completely buying that, as they slowly figure out certain freedoms are ignored.
In other words, we're looking at a nation where 92% ...
....to a 3000 room hotel in the Las Vegas of the East, Macau.
Our plane from Hanoi landed at Hong Kong airport which is on an island called Lantau, roughly midway between Hong Kong itself and our destination Macau. We were able to transfer directly from the plane to the ferry, without the need for us to collect our bags as this was done by the ferry company. The ferry journey was about 50 minutes and having ...
... it. I'm not picking on China nor the Chinese, I'm just moaning because I'm part of the British middle class and that is how we roll, now where are my god- amn cucumber sandwiches?
Actually, I'm going to add one more itty bitty paragraph before I finish. These journeys are actually hilarious in hind sight and I'm sure I'll remember them long after I've forgotten what a Panda is or which mountains I've summited. It's good for morale ...
The plane turned out to be one of those giant new plastic ones that so impress people who know about planes, and with great legroom. I had particularly nice seat companions: the first, on the aisle, was a young Kiwi businessman, must've been well over 6' 4" judging by his leg length, but he fitted in, and was a perfect example of the friendly Kiwi we know so well at home, and made up for leaving the lovely friendly Scots behind. We were soon joined by a ...