Golden City Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Hello from the road!
After spending one glorious month at home this summer it was once again time to embark on another recruitment run. This one is twelve days in southeast Asia and Australia. After two years covering Eastern Europe I wanted to mix it up a bit, and this is the one part of the world I had yet to tackle in all my years of admissions.
Between Ramadan, alumni schedules and bank holidays in Australia my itinerary took ...
... an exercise of patience; we got stonewalled in some sketchy little towns cause the ferries apparently did not run the days we thought they did, or the times either. All you can do is relax and have a beer or 10 (buck a beer). Have not seen a cock fight yet, maybe Vietnam. There were a couple of places with nothing to do, so we drank and walked around malls, not too bad I guess.. Off to Malaysia tomorrow
Thinking of everyone at home
... For 50pc ($1.25) each, we entered. It was very nice with large sized butterflies all around. There was also small pedestals which showcased some of the local bugs. Millipedes, stick bugs, a stag beetle and even scorpions. The best part of this area was a back section behind the structure which hosted Palawan Natives. There was small children, middle aged men and elderly natives who have been brought in to allow the public to learn more about their culture. They demonstrated some ...
... George Banks, singing about the precision with which he expected his household to run, sang the song, "The Life I Lead" In it he states, "at 6:03 the heirs to my dominion, are tubbed and scrubbed and adequately fed." Ever since then our family has echoed that phrase "tubbed and scrubbed" after our children were bathed and ready for bed! The flight to Manila was smooth and without event. When we came through the jetway we proceeded ...
... is much closer to that of São Paulo (Brasil), Bali (Indonesia), and Bangkok (Thailand). In those cities, traffic laws aren't followed nor necessarily enforced. It's very common to see cars driving in whatever space their car can fit. Traffic lanes, particularly in the city streets (not highways) don't exist. To the western eye and casual observer, one would consider it madness. To the sociologist, s/he would consider ...