For those project managers out there, this is an interesting case study of deconstructing Camp Bastion (now known as Camp Shorabak) which was the key British and American forces base in the province of Helmand, Afghanistan and was constructed in several phases starting from 2005 and was formally handed over to the Afghan forces on 26th October 2014.… [Click to read the rest] “Project Management 101: Camp Bastion: Deconstructing A Formidable Fortress”
Continuing the Cambodian adventure, our pockets were literally empty by the time we finished paying the USD3000 at the airport and went to the immigration counter to submit our passport and all the relevant forms.
The trip to Cambodia started off rather early in the morning with me waking up early and double-checking everything that I suppose bring along for the long work assignment overseas. The kids were deeply asleep but just before I left the house, they were awake to say goodbye.
Just a quick one this week…
(Things you do not want to see or worse, do when you are in a plane – trust me, you never know what will happen next. Having a terrible headache just when you are about to land for the first time is something else)
I was away on a short trip overseas for a meeting.… [Click to read the rest] “Soiled Luggage & Terrible Headache in the Plane”
(The Chennai International Airport’s departure area – brightly lighted and well furnished but the crowd can still give you a headache. Sorry, no photos of the secured areas – the officers looked too menacing and strict)
I kind of have forgotten to do the conclusion for this post, so here is it…… [Click to read the rest] “Trip to Amazing Chennai 2010: The Conclusion & Goodbyes”
(KLIA is no doubt huge but it is not difficult to find the way around if you have done your homework and ask around)… [Click to read the rest] “Travelling 101: KLIA – 3 Ways to Avoid Getting Lost in an Airport”
I woke up early at about 8 am despite setting my alarm to sound at 10 am.
Despite the fact that I hanged a “Don’t Disturb” sign on the door knob, the housekeeping ladies still had to ring on the bell and shout “Housekeeping”. That woke me up – damn those hotel staff who can’t read simple English!… [Click to read the rest] “Trip to Brunei – Conclusion”