https://www.news.com.au/travel/trave...443fb33544121dThousands locked in at Shanghai Disneyland. Police blocked the exits and secured the grounds as authorities sent in dozens of hazmat-clad workers to the park.
On the list of things to watch out for ... Snakes on Planes!
https://www.theguardian.com/world/20...e-to-fly-again“And there could be snakes, more likely around the landing gear.”
June was rattlesnake season in the Californian desert and Qantas engineering manager Tim Heywood says the team came up with a “wheel whacker” for each aircraft.
“The area is well known for its feisty ‘rattlers’ who love to curl up around the warm rubber tyres and in the aircraft wheels and brakes,” he says, so maintenance crew stomp their feet and whack the wheels to scare them off.
(The critical “wheel whacker”, part of the engineering kit, is a repurposed broom handle.)
Lets go on holiday to Inner Mongolia, oh [email protected]@K we are stuck here
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-china-59095128People's Daily acknowledged on 27 October that as many as 10,000 tourists had been left stranded due to the swift lockdown announcement.
Metro Manila eased to alert level 2 (goes from level 1 to 4)_as cases plummet. Hospitals were at 80+% occupancy now at 30%. 90% of adults vaccinated.