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... Merax Capital, Gait Beef, Taylors Property. Interestingly Slumberest is a family mattress company owned by 3 brothers - 2 of whom have represented Australia in tennis for the Davis Cup in '92. Tim and Steven Hanley played.
When the Governor came, he was introduced to TAFE QLD, and spent the majority of his time with Trevor which was great.
In the afternoon, we signed with a Vocational College who travelled to QLD earlier this year, so there ...
... yesterday wondering around the city. Chengdu is a pretty standard city. It has the usual 'traditional' shopping streets, temples, and poet houses. The thing that makes it really stand out is the food- spicy with a hint of the mouth numbing 'mala'. I'm not entirely sure how to translate it (Ben?!) but I think the closest thing would be to eat spicy peppercorns- delicious with beef! We were eating spicy noodles at lunch and sharing a table with a guy from Beijing who then insisted ...
... about China many months ago (he is extremely well read on China and knows so much about the country's history of which I had learnt none in school) and then having done my own research, I was very excited about this next part of our adventure. As we touched down in China, not only did we leave behind the developing infrastructure of Nepal but we sadly left behind the relaxed, accepting and patient Nepalese attitudes of the people, replaced immediately with ...
... s when we got our money back and then some. We ended up getting 500 baht in cash and a van to the border of Cambodia and a taxi to Siem Reap for free (not really free they still owed us 1100 baht but that ride would have cost more). After resolving that situation, we had dinner, relaxed and prepped for another travel day. All in all we really enjoyed our time in Bangkok, the Thai's are very warm people and it's a place we would definitely return to! Cambodia- here we ...
Staying true to our anti-train vow, we caught an express bus from Xian to Chengdu. Our relief at seeing large No Smoking signs on the bus windows was short-lived, when the driver himself lit up a cigarette shortly into the journey. Our loud appeals to the hostess resulted in a very grumpy bus driver putting out his cigarette, only to be followed by a procession of passengers sneaking into the bus toilet for a smoke. Tiring of ...