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Now, to business. I suppose it's been a long day or two, and it's still so early in the day. I arrived in Beijing airport around 5:30am this morning after an uneventful flight. Somehow I gained the ability to fall asleep on any airplane ride, even before take-off. ...
... amp; Al, then Internations bowling in the evening – so a full on Internations few days, what with meeting a hotelier during the week too for my next ladies night on Friday. Bowling was fun, familiar & new faces, and the usual after party at Franks bar, but I bailed out as I was shattered, whilst Andy went to Spark club for a friend’s Birthday. His turn to drink too much ;)
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