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28 May 2013
Hostels- are they any good?
Many years ago when I worked for a meat processing company as Export manager. During that time I participated in an International food exhibition and trade show in Singapore. As this was a party sponsored by the Queensland State Government to promote Queensland food products I was required stay at a 5 star resort at Sentosa Island in Singapore. At ...
... at night to pretty much do the business. Then he returns before daybreak to get his daily duties in as well. Sometimes these relationships last a few months, years, lifelong, whatever. It's kind of up to them, but if I remember correctly, the town frowns upon those who don't make an effort to have it last. I could be wrong, though. To be honest, there were so many traditions thrown at us about so many minorities its hard for me to remember. I'll do my best.
The tour ...
The Hump Hostel
This is a turn up for the book; we are in a hostel with a bit of history behind it
It was set up by an American Aviation group
The Flying Tigers
They were divided up into 3 squadrons, 2 of them helped defend KunMing from the Japanese during the war
Their job was to defend the Burma highway from the Japanese aircraft that used it for target practice
They also used transport ...
... I am much more interested in learning about the culture and psyche of the Chinese people, so we spend at least a half an hour each day just talking (in English.) We have discussed everything from China's One Child Policy to women's rights to what we look for in a man to movies and t.v. shows.
More laundry, more grocery shopping, more dishes, more sweeping, more taking out the trash. We are definitely settled in to ...
... However with an action packed day planned we had little time to sit around and instead headed back towards the airport on the underground to visit the Nchang 360 Cable car.... A 2.5Km, 25min ride to the stop of a hill that reaches a maxium height above the ground of 536m! and yes it was as impressive as that sounds... Also on the way up we got the delight of spending the journey with 3 young asian ladies who we can only presume were also ...