WPC: Weathered ( at Angkor Wat , Cambodia ) 2 January 18, 2018 by Michael Lai in A Photo a Week, Travel, Travel Cambodia, Travel Theme, Weekly Photo Challenge, Wordless Wednesday and tagged angkor wat, Cambodia, head, statute, weathered Rate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
Happy New Year Bro. 🙂
We just came back from Asia and Angkor in particular. Spectacular.
Your picture just reminded me of where I was 10 days ago.
Happy New year to you and your loved ones too, my Bro!
I am glad that you finally made it to Asia and Angkor in particular, after many years, I suppose.
Hope your trip has been interesting and rewarding.
All the best 🙂
A success on all counts. Can’t wait to go back to Asia. (30 hours flights notwithstanding) 🙂
This is the same reason I didn’t visit South / Central America!
Understandably so. Works the same for you in a reverse mode. Now, to be honest, now that I’ve done it? It is manageable. I will do it again. (And maybe include HK?) 😉
It is manageable.
For work, I have been flying HK to LA back and forth in 60 hours times. Total 30 hours of flight and 30 hours of sleep and meetings. Just crazy!
That was indeed crazy. You must have been exhausted.
One good thing was that I did not suffer from jet lag – only 60 hours away from HK. But I could have been exposing to radiation on the plane 30 hours out of 60 hours – not very good.
Not good. I don’t know when that was but I guess nowadays it would be a video conference.
I have to do it even after we have video conferencing – that was ridiculous.
The video conferencing required me to do it in the office midnight to suit other global offices.
The teleconferences required me to do it 6am or 11:00pm for an hour or too, year after year.
We also have to present our PP in the conferences using VPN etc too.
I got so fat up with these and therefore retired and started my retiree diary!
A wise decision. And one that was good for us. Now you share your pictures and thoughts with us.
I would have liked to contribute my knowledge for the build up of infrastructure in the world but didn’t want to do that anymore. I then became an Adjunct Professor teaching part-time in the University of Hong Kong but I had to stop because of the illness of my mother.
Just recently, my previous American firm was blacklisted by Blackrock as they don’t like companies involving in the nuclear business.
Oh. (You’re better off as a retiree. Traveling retiree)
I hope I can start traveling again once I have dealt with the more urgent and important matters down here.
Such an awesome place. But it was hot and humid too!
Yes, hope this is not unbearable!
Amazing! Haven’t got there yet but certainly hope to.
Would be great to see it in person one day!