It’s unclear at the time of writing if fines rise in cost from June but the more difficult question would be what to do if people repeat their annoying behavior
The plateau upon which the city is built rises dramatically from less than 1,000 meters (3,300 feet) to 1,500 meters (5,000 feet), so the city appears surreal, with the only thing missing being a castle as in the fairy tales
While the weather lately hasn’t been quite like that of Siberia, it has been chilly enough to break local weather records going back nearly forty years here in Vietnam
I think you’ll be a very nice year; I can tell – I’m good at judging character
It was definitely a dubious, shonky, shady, chaotic, and infuriating year
What got me writing about this was observing a young girl of about six or seven struggling to learn how to ride an over-sized bicycle in an alley-way near her mum’s main street café.
The Vietnamese aren’t burnt out at all, indeed quite the contrary, they’ve become very adept at getting back up, dusting themselves off, and hurdling the next obstacle with great enthusiasm
Maybe some good old-fashioned sitting around is the best method to await what fate sends us
Whatever your plans are over the holidays, I wish you all well, a Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year!
It is clear that climate change is more than ever a global challenge, which already has profound impact on our ecosystems and on our people
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