My Contribution to Global Warming

I flew nine times in the past six days, from Bangok to Saigon to Dalat, then from Dalat to Saigan to Bangkok, from Bangkok to Brunei to Kota Kinabalu, then from Kota Kinabalu to Brunei to Manila, and finally back to Bangkok. The Mount Kinabalu Golf Club at Sabah sits at the base of the 4095 meter Mt. Kinabalu. One could understandably be mistaken for thinking this golf course is in Europe or Canada rather than on the island of Borneo.

From Malaysia I went to the Philippines and made a quick visit to the Anvaya Cove project in Bataan to watch the sunset over the South China Sea and to inspect the grass on the three holes already planted at this exciting new golf and resort community. 

Then it was back to Thailand and a trip to Nakhon Ratchasima for Isaan food and some inspection of grasses growing there. There are wild elephants at Khao Yai, and I expect that the Pittsburgh Steelers defense will be as powerful as a herd of wild elephants in the upcoming Super Bowl.

I couldn’t return to Bangkok without an obligatory photo in the sunflower fields. That was my week, in short. I now intend to stay domiciled for a week to reduce my carbon footprint. 

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