Day three and things are going a little better with T5, but still extremely ‘fragile’. Here is a photo I took on the first morning, before any problems emerged. It is still such a wonderful terminal, I just hope the systems start working more reliably soon.
Well, only a few hours to go before T5 is finally open for business. The first flight scheduled to arrive in T5 left Hong Kong 4 minutes early, so we’re off to a good start. I’m away to bed, since I need to get up at 3:15am (!) tomorrow. An exciting day ahead.
A day which started high and ended low. I’m dog-tired and going to bed. Hopefully tomorrow will be a better day.
Very strange weather this weekend. OK, so it is Bank Holiday and we expect ghastly weather. But we seem to have managed sunshine, rain, snow, sleet, hail and gale force winds in quick succession. Yesterday we had something which was half snow, half hail. So we decided to christen this new kind of weather ‘snailing’.
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I’ve been going back through all my camcorder footage, capturing it all onto the computer and cataloging it. It is now all nice and tidy and I can find everything with a click of the mouse. One of the important side benefits is that I’ve been looking at video clips that I haven’t seen for years. In some cases, I’ve been seeing stuff that haven’t looked at it since shooting it. I came across this cute clip from 2004 of my son Peter on Christmas Eve. Ahh….
I thought I’d have a go at composing a ringtone for my phone. After all, how difficult could it be to produce something better than the ghastly annoying ringtones included with the phone? I needed something that started quiet (less embarrassing when accidentally left on in meetings), but became louder and more attention grabbing as time went by. I finally completed my masterpiece and uploaded it to my phone. I was just testing it when my daughter came in. “Thats really annoying”, she said. Gahh. Maybe I should take it up professionally.