Or when two idiots firmly believe they can ignore all basic rules of driving and correct social behaviour because they’re rich enough to afford a car. A too common sight in Beijing unfortunately. To make things worse, the cars cannot be moved before the police comes… Ah driving in China is a lot of fun ...
Very nice separately but incompatible together: the tube prevents the iPod from fitting in the dock… Damn!
Nano joined our family at the beginning of the year.
Quite a decent choice of imported food at Carrefour in Beijing. There’s a french flag for french food, korean flag for korean food, australian flag for australian food, italian flag for italian food… but no japanese flag for the japanese food!
Had to get up early to be among the first ones and avoid the usual mess.
26 hours after leaving the hotel, I’m finally waiting for my luggage at my final destination: Beijing Capital Airport.
Buffalo burger outside : still snowing, around -15C, and 3450m. We were really hungry ;-)
3450m, strong wind, snowing, limited visibility and black tracks ahead… It’s gonna be fun :-)
Almost arrived in Vail. Vail is a bit more than 90 miles away from Denver.
On our way to Vail: winter driving conditions ahead…
Cruising back home after a great day :-) On these 70 miles we saw 4 SUVs upside down! So much about the safety of there ridiculous machines…
Nice tracks, easy drive from Denver, but a bit pricey.
Burger, fries and a hot cider.
Fun fun fun :-)
That was a difficult shot to take ;-)
Here we come :-)
Car of the week: big, powerful, comfortable but strange handling… not built for curves ;-)
It only took one laptop set up in adhoc mode with the same SSID, to stop all 3GPP delegates from accessing the WLAN. Now explaining step by step how to check your MAC address… The faulty laptop does not appear to be in the room.
Windy and -10C
Yes, quite a comfy bed at the brand new Hyatt in Denver.
My first plane of the day, there will be three of them and that’s the best one.