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... ourselves at home and catching up. I've picked up a cold in China so I'm now in bed while the girls continue gossiping. They'll probably be some time I imagine! It's certainly a welcome break to be in a house rather than a hotel. Tomorrow I think we're planning on spending some time by the pool: happy days.
... to Hanoi. We noticed the following:
1) Our house is almost vertical with five separate floors. We use a lot of stairs during the day. Their house is all on one level and so extensive that the children use their scooters a lot during the day.
2) Our garden is a tiny patch of yard with assorted wildlife in and outside of the house. Stepping out of the gate involves being careful not to get knocked down by a passing car or motorbike. Their ...
... t gone to the cities still supply fish and the occasional wild boar if they have been lucky. In the old days everyone shared with each other. Now a days its each family for themselves and if you have excess you sell it to your neighbours. Besides the 5 woman and 2 children we do not see anybody else around.
Back on the boat we drift in the current and stop at another settlement. A flight of metal stairs lead up the bank and there are a few wooden ...
... br> Our bus left Bintulu quite late (10:30), so we arrived at Lambhir Hills at 14:00. The park closes around 16:00, so we could only see the first waterfall and have a swim there. This waterfall is about 20 minutes walking from HQ.
Luckily there were not many visitors today, the scenery was beautiful and the water a bit muddy but was cold enough to cool off.
... to Western fare. Unfortunately McDonalds, Pizza Hut, Kentucky Fried Chicken and Dunkin' Donuts are in every mall we have been in.
Barefeet are de rigeur in houses, public buildings, places of worship and in some restaurants throughout Malaysia. Still traumatised by an unfortunate incident of bare feet and a drawing pin in her childhood, this requirement has challenged Sandra greatly.
Pointing with your index finger is considered ...