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... t know. And will they be offended if I tell them I have Burmese cats?
All these changes and political correctness are just too much some times.
Today we are doing a Princess shore excursion. We are on the longest shore excursion which includes lunch … not that I booked this shore excursion for that reason but it so happens that we will be gone all day.
Initially we were to have docked early ...
... and the children indulged in a night long bed safari. Tess ended up a
sofa in the sitting room and Kit was eaten alive by mozzies – fifteen bites on
one hand alone.
us gently into Yangon life on the Wednesday with a brekker at a strangely
French establishment, a wander through a market of jewelers and the link, a
watering stop at the Strand Hotel where the ghosts of Orwell and the others
... caring, honest warm people I've ever met plus who doesn't like Buddhist Monks everywhere you go. I just hope it stays this way my advice go visit now if you want to see true Myanmar changes are coming fast.
On to my next country Nepal the real reason I took a 3 month sabbatical to join my Dad and Brother on a trek in the Himalayas.
... We scramble to get the patients off the vents and on other oxygen sources. The first time, we took over and did it; but by the 3rd or 4th time, the local team had it down. Now we want to leave, but with the potential for another power outage, I'm concerned about going. That and the fact that both patients now require pacing...I think we'll be here for ...
... takes the biscuit. there is no pretence here you are a have or a have not there is no middle ground - huge poverty amongst great wealth but with a bit of brutal fascist admin thrown in for good measure. However amongst the filth and poverty there is the most astonishing friendliness, good humour and buddist calm and tranquility even though every road is like the m25 on speed, the pavements look like swiss cheese and nothing really works unless ...