Japanese also get killed in avalanches...best to take precautions and respect the warnings. However, the thrill is also taking risks.
Skiers have been killed in European and Japanese Alps. RIP.
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Japan offers 3 months visa upon arrival for Asean citizens. This is what I will be using...3-mths and then go elsewhere.
Thailand is much better than Japan, in my opinion. And his language will be a great asset especially if he joins their Foreign Service.
Wish him a great future. Napolean Hill, a movitational write said: In every adversity there lies the seeds of an equal or greater benefit.
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Chewing gum? Isn't thank an American habit? Why is Duterte adopting a Yankee habit when he hates the US so much?
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So sad. Interstate buses travel at high speed. Not sure if driver was that alert or whether he kept a safe distance. Driving overnight is stressful.
I prefer to use Greyhound hoping that their drivers are well-trained professionals who are used to over-night driving.
In the end, it is Fate. I have travel that highway before on express buses.
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This is a domestic flight. It is a "cattle flight" with hundreds of passengers entering the plane in a short period.
The In-flight Supervisor should be punished. Cabin is managed by him or her. This has violated ICAO regulations.
Cabin-crews are seated the passengers for good reason...to see who is standing. And they have the phones that are linked to the cockpit and In-Flight supervisor.A lot of problems...what happened to the Passenger Manifest? The plane had to have a major delay as the luggage had to be off-loaded. The plane occupied a gate probably reserved for another flight.
ANA should be fined.
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The immense grief of a Mother. Deeply impressed with her humility and love.
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Seems it is that easy to stop an entire airline fleet...just knock out their system or hack it. In this case the airline KO itself.
What are IATA and ICAO for?
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