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... next guesthouse. We hiked to the top of the hill in Ping’an & around the nearby rice terraces. The rice terraces looked fantastic & I believe this is the best time of year to see them, as the rice is starting to turn golden. It was an important national holiday the day we did this & a lot of Chinese people travel to this area at this time of year. We noticed that the rice was already starting to shake on the ground, but I think the local farmers ...
... Ham and Sherry". The food was very good. I finally had some beef that didn't taste like mystery meat. We took the tram back to our hood, walked Deb up to her hotel and shuffled home for a good night's sleep. Tomorrow is my semi-final match in the special plate. I am playing Valerie Jean Elie of France. I have no idea who she is. My match is at 11:40 at the Football Club, a much better facility to warm up at, eat at, and swim at. Looking forward to ...
... them during the day. The email bounced back. When I got to the office I tried calling them. The number was unobtainable. Dave and I searched various contact methods. None of them worked. In the end I contacted booking.com (whom I had booked through) via email. Did not tell Himanshu about this because of a conversation we had had about my lack of organisation and planning. Crossed my fingers went to the airport. Met Keren who had come to wave me off. ...
... equipment in the factory. I did however get an insight in what to look for when assessing acrylic materials:
Weather-ability (making sure the colors never fade)
Flexibility (is it able to move without breaking)
Flammability (does it catch on fire quickly)
Bubbling (air bubbles underneath the acrylic sheets)
There will be more on this in my report.
The British influence is obvious in Hong Kong where there are Victoria Harbour, Victoria Peak and Victoria Park.
Thursday afternoon, we took a stroll down the Causeway to Victoria Park. What a lovely park. Sometimes it amazes me when you enter a downtown park and the noises and odours of the city disappear and you are in an oasis. Most of the parks in China seemed that way.
There were lovely arches, beautiful, lush trees ...