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Food etiquette is to sample everything. Pretend to eat or fake health issues if you see something on your plate that you know you cannot ingest. You must 'save face' of your host. Your behavior & trustworthiness as a human is being judged. Encourage others to eat more; this is considered a sign of politeness.
For toasting in China hold the glass with both hands, one flat ...
... finished (we got there 1.5 hours late) since there is no music to be heard. But we are lucky it is still on. We're not lucky cause there is some kind of weird narrative thing happening with the music. A guy is telling a story about the mystery of how the composer was killed and is interviewing all the instruments and the orchestra play when the instrument is responding. The music was quite good and we would have liked to have heard more music but the narrative was yawnsville. So ...
... through the 4 hr flight he takes out a big print which thus attracts my eye and I am amazed to see it is a bible! Probably praying he wins, or survives the heat!
I am quite in love with the process of writing and must think how or in what form I might continue once home where nothing exciting happens but perhaps the beauty of nature, observation of people, the comedics of our dog might suffice. Perhaps writing might form part of my art-making, indeed this is a ...
meandering home from my deployment at McMurdo Station, Antarctica I was able to
experience a short train ride from Christchurch, to Picton, New Zealand. A
train ride has been on my bucket list for as long as I can remember. ...
... th came and went, but Joe felt that a "do over" should be considered. With our One World miles back in our account, we agreed that we would give this thing another chance. WARNING: HURDLES AHEAD! God bless Joe Gugle! That man has the patience of a saint and that patience would be sorely tested during the arduous journey he embarked upon to piece together our amazing itinerary.
In March 2013, Joe miraculously found award ...