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... and I needed to take an airplane more often on regular basis. Let's say I took 40flights in 1 year. It became such a routine that planes and airports became almost my second home. My fear turned a little bit into passion. And for the last flights I took , for the first time, I really could " sit back relax and enjoy your flight"Last week I enjoyed my days in China. My Indonesian friend Vina would leave Wednesday to Bangkok and probably the next time I see ...
... like no one else does. Most of the time I work…. But the big difference I do it in another country. In China I worked Monday till Friday. And yes in weekends or holidays I would spent my days in a Chinese city. So I want to make clear, my live isn’t all about party, vacation, drinking and eating. It is only the part I will take pictures off… So if money is your excuse: Find another job in the country you want to travel ...
... every way. Chinese girls are spoiled and they always expect to get what they want.... Like a child in a supermarket who wants candy and well when they don't get it you know the reaction.
It's normal to see Chinese men with purses.They have to carry it for their girl. Funny image to see a guy with a pink Louis Vuitton.
Next day it was ladies night in Kempinski hotel. It's one of my favorite hotels to go. They have a German bar that looks like a brewery! ...
... is called the porcelain village and is well known as the oldest part of the city where you can experience the more traditional China.
I already been here one year ago but I really wanted to go back just to escape again from the big city life.
When you walk into the old part you see traditional houses made out of wood. On the road people will try to sell you everything. Especially one thing you cannot ignore is the really bad disgusting smell ...
... 20. Sadly, we do get awoken an hour later by some very shouty Chinese people in the corridor, and what appears to be a fight between two women (confirmed later to be true!) Leah has told us that there are the three S’s that westerners have to get used to when visiting China: spitting, smoking and staring (we’ve encountered a lot of all of them). Vin wants to add a fourth: shouting. It’s clearly a cultural difference, but talking loudly and ...
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