Jul 21

Norman neighed hello to Korea

Norman neighed hello to Korea Norman enjoying a delicious dinner with guests at the Hyatt hotel

Norman galloped into Korea, and was excited to see some of the 200 Silla tombs. This is a voluptuous earth mound. The largest tombs in Korea are more than 21 meters high and nearly four times that in diameter. When one of the Silla’s was opened several treasures were found inside, including a 1,600-year-old cap of gold filigree, which Norman saw in the Gyeongju's museum. After this Norman had just enough time to stop by Changdeokgung Palace. He found out that the palace, based at the foot of Mount Eungbongsan, was built in 1405.

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Jul 21

Norman gallops into India

Norman gallops into India Norman begins his journey on the road less travelled in India

Norman neighed hello to the incredible country of India, which covers an area of 3,287,590 sq. km extending from the snow-covered Himalayan heights to the tropical rain forests of the south. Norman was particularly excited to visit India as it is host to one of the oldest civilisations in the world and is known to have a rich cultural heritage.

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Jul 21

Norman neighed hello to the Philippines

Norman neighed hello to the Philippines Norman and the finishing post at the Manila race track

Norman galloped into the city of Manila in the Philippines and was excited to see all the beautiful Filipino people with warm friendly smiles.  He somehow managed to lose his way to the Alltech Manila office! Norman was struggling to figure out the right direction so he asked around and was pleasantly greeted with a big “Mabuhay!”. He was amazed at how friendly the people were.

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Jul 18

Norman gallops into Thailand

Norman gallops into Thailand Norman drinks some water in Thailand

Norman galloped into Thailand and was very excited to learn everything about this exotic Southeast Asian country. It was an especially exciting time for him to be in Thailand as the Songkran festival had just begun! The local people explained to Norman that this festival is a celebration of the traditional Thai New Year. Norman wanted to participate in all of the different events that day, so he went to the ceremony of Buddha and the throwing of water. This is one of the most popular Songkran celebrations, and Norman had great fun throwing water at everyone.

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