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48 hours. 22 years ago. That was the sum total of our travel experience in China, until this week. It was at the tail end of an investment trip to Japan, which in the 80’s was considered the economic power that was going to humble the West. Marcia, pregnant with Ben, accompanied me on a stuffy, formal, highly ritualized overview of the country and its investment and economic prospects, organized by AFLAC. With two preschoolers back in Boston ...
... line. Andy waved me over and we checked in to the glares of 50 angry New Yorkers looking to get out before the storm. We were lucky that we had just signed up for Global Entry which also entitles us to TSA Precheck. The security line was an hour long and we again walked past the angry mob. When we got to the gate it was already closed. Once again Gwynn played the broken foot card.
Fortunately, the flight was uneventful, ...
... to normal for August ranging from a high of 74 during the day, to a low of 54 at night. Perfect for touring and bike riding. The weather conditions on the other hand have changed day to day from rain to mostly sunny. Unfortunately the majority of the days predict a 10 to 60% chance of rain, or mostly cloudy. Certainly not great for taking pictures, but we'll have to make the best of it. Our actual bike & barge journey does not start until ...
BANGKOK: IT'S THE TEMPLES THAT ARE MOST SPECTACULAR
Shopping and gawking at the nightlife are what draw most visitors to Thailand's capital city. But for me, it was Bangkok's history and architecture that were truly spectacular.
On the ride into the city from the airport, I was initially unimpressed. The high rises, the new mega shopping centers, even the old neighborhood markets ...
An early wakeup call today of 6:15 am, as we wanted to be on our way to the airport by 8 am. The hotel had arranged for a car service to take us to the airport. Our elderly driver was a former policeman from Sri Lanka who worked for the government investigating fraudulent pay offs. He has been in Austria now for 37 years, and drives a call service on the weekend. I will spare you the rest of his history, but only to say is was a nice individual. We were about ten ...