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... presented as well, some great video footage. Another full table at dinner, that's three days this week and unheard of ;-) we gave John the pressies for his kid/s, we said our farewells as we won't be there for dinner tomorrow night as we'll be ashore on our tour. Down to the Curzon for Lisa Lawton's second show, she was ok and with her more mellow songs quite good. Managed ...
... huge area. It was all so interesting, I just wish we were here longer (that's the only thing with organised trips). I walked around with my camera taking photo after photo. There were so many people here that it was difficult to take really good shots, although I'm sure the on board photographers manage fine. Anyway there are several Monks around but again people get in the way quite a bit (so inconsiderate, ha). The locals come here daily with ...
... shuttle bus back into town. We had to cross the busy road in town, this is a really difficult task, much harder than Shanghai because there its just the taxis and bikes that ignored the crossings, here it was everyone. I don't know why they paint the black and white stripes on the road. Had a good look round, lots of different shops, even found a Wall-mart and a Carrefour. We spend about an hour and a half there then we'd had enough walking so got the ...
... portraits and night time. So plenty of scope, let's hope I can find some appropriate shots. This afternoon I listened to Martin Bell again, a bit more on reporting news around the world and how it has changed. Again he is so entertaining whilst delivering an important message. I have enjoyed his talks very much. Tonight he is reading some of his poetry, now although I might well buy the book when I get home I'm not ...
... when they do you shove your way in. Some buses were so packed small children were being passed in through the windows. Our little group decided to be aggressive and embrace this part of the culture when our bus arrived, but that's easier said than done. I have never been so close to complete strangers in my life. The amount of physical contact was probably more than what most Christian schools would deem acceptable, but ...
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