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... I decided to cross the street to the other half of the complex and after walking through the loading dock gates found myself right next to the Tropical Health Club. I walked in past a membership enquiry desk and a bar and found myself at the lovely outdoor wave pool. One side had a concrete deck and lounge chairs but the other side had a beach with sand and lounge chairs and even a kiddie pool. Besides the ...
... 8230;he did say
none of you would have wanted an Italian Captain after 2012…!
This was followed by dinner in the dining room, our first
visit, so our table mates were slightly startled, just 4 ,and one nice couple
from Adelaide, who we enjoyed. Food was very good, I had prawns and the Rack of
Lamb and Sam had Scottish salmon, and a Seafood chowder, served as a main
course ,with tasty morsels, ...
... with poor food, proffered by grudging cabin crew but the movie selection was mildly better so I whiled away the hours with The Judge - Robert Downie Jr, good, solid performances, predictable but well-written plot; Interstellar - pure hokum, utter nonsense, overlong; Into the Woods - have already seen it but love that film; Flipped - well, it may be Rob Reiner but dear, oh, dear.
We arrived back in Heathrow an hour early after a lovely flight up the Thames Valley ...
... br> government was meeting. While that was going on, a lady lit herself on
fire in protest in Tienanmen Square. Friday, a man defaced the portrait
of Mao hanging over the Forbidden City, by throwing ink onto it. He was
held in custody.Also on Friday, a plane from Malaysia carrying 300 passengers to Beijing disappeared.There
were other incidents in China recently, including a bus fire that the
cause has not been disclosed, a CNN reporter was kicked ...
I went on a two day business trip with my Chinese colleagues for a training programme. Luckily
the training was set up in English – due to my attendance as I was the only
foreigner joining the course. It is not uncommon that courses are only given in
Chinese and after one lesson of Chinese I am not there yet…
We went to Kunshan on Wednesday afternoon to be able to start the training early on
Thursday morning. When we arrived ...