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... as he waited for that bus. Vehicle traffic coming into the port is extremely congested at that time of day, so I suppose that was the reason for their delay.
Nick's comment puts the reason for the captains concern more into context knowing that he had to be concerned with the tides as well. Thank you, Nick.
As we departed South Korean waters and entered the Yellow Sea that separates the Korean peninsula from the mainland of China, a ...
... it. After that we decided to go back to the hostel.
That evening we decided to go to our first 'Chinese' club, which pretty much beats clubs back home. The club included dice games on the tables,massive handles of whisky and live performances. The only thing that seemed off-putting was that we were pretty much the only westerners there and it felt like a freak show with people watching us.
The next day we had to pack our stuff ...
I joined the flying insects at dusk (& subsequently the bats) and a couple of hundred other people circling TaiFeng Park tonight.
I am living, for a few weeks, near the park. It is a great asset to the city with its open grassy areas – popular for flying kites – lakes, trees and sculptures. As the seasons change, so does the state of the vegetation in the park, as does the range of ...
... to meet our driver and guide by 6 to start
the 3 hour drive to Tianjin. We drove straight to the orphanage and
arrived just after 9AM where Jaden was staying and met with one of the
directors at the orphanage to start the process. A few papers signed and
the all important Notice of Travel was handed over and then we waited
what seemed like hours as they went to go get Jaden. His caregiver
brought him in and we got to hold our son for the ...
... were going to get 3 caddies at the start but I think a couple were just helping our one get the bags onto the trundler.
They have 27 holes at the course; A section, B & C. The C part is more difficult and holds the only par 6 (never seen that before!) hole. It is consequently less popular so that was the first 9 we played. Our second 9 was the B section I think … Although G had had to wait quite a bit for other slower golfers last ...