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... so thankful that I was Business Class. The queue for the regular line was huge and if I had to wait in that for sure I would have missed my flight. I walked up to the counter and put my baggage on the scale all ready to go. The lady then told me before I could receive my boarding pass I needed to go to baggage check and open my backpacker backpack. Just my luck! I felt as if I was on the show "boarder security". I was put in a room where the lady began to open my ...
... my YouTube channel. I must admit, it does take a lot of planning to get a video out every week, but I enjoy it more than anything I've ever done before.
My problem is this, I spend so much time on the channel, that I start to slip away from my roots. My roots in blogging. My roots in telling it like it is, using my beloved admiration of words. ...
... I do occasionally ask to take a picture but the result is often an unnatural picture with the peace sign and a smile right at the camera. I prefer taking pics of people acting naturally. I know that some consider this unethical, but I catch people sneaking pictures of me all the time, and I never seem to be offended.
One method I use is to set the camera's timer for 10 seconds, then position the camera on ...
... there in the morning and watch young children to young adults practice/learn kung-fu skills. Seeing 6 year olds do back flips is impressive. There must be a few hundred children on the large square which serves as the training ground. After this, we move on to the show where we watch young adults demonstrate their skills. An annoying commentator describes loudly their every move. The show doesn't last long and the kids are very disappointed. Next we visit the temples and dining rooms. ...
... br> I did however have a nicer experience in Shanghai. I only had a few hours in between flights, but I got the metro into the center and had a walk down by the river. I still hadn’t really made a plan for what I would do in Japan in the week or so I was there before the festival. So I also spent a bit of time checking out guidebooks in the bookshop.