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... in China. I am happy to completely miss New Years and be on a plane for it. And 2013 was not my favourite year, so I look forward to what 2014 has in store. According to chinese zodiac... Outlook not good for rats in the year of the horse... We shall see. Thanks for the great vacation everyone. I will be better equipped to manage Beijings -20 degree weather after the -35 degree send off. ...
... had to transfer my flight and have about 30minutes to do so. I think I could have outran Usain Bolt at that time. I made it! (Hoorah!).
The flight from Shanghai to Vancouver was probably the best flight I had, especially during the morning flight. The scene as you approach Vancouver was spectacular! I wish I had a decent camera to take nice photos. Nevertheless my Samsung Galaxy S2 did the job still.
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... I was just relieved to have escaped a direct hit, and grim as it was I couldn't help but chuckle to myself at the weirdness of the incident!!! A half-price ticket for the touring production of Wizard of Oz added to this being my first great day in Vancouver - you know I'm a sucker for a good musical, and who could want anything better than a catch up with my good friend Dorothy (having posted that on Facebook I was left giggling for hours when it became apparent ...
... Island is astounding with fantastic displays and very life like wildlife dioramas. This is the capital of British Colombia and so has beautiful parliament buildings here. There is a wonderful Chinatown and lovely maintained Victorian commercial buildings in the Historic part of town. All this around a lovely waterfront. The autumn colours are very pretty around the town and harbour at this time of year. Back to Vancouver and then another day trip northwest to Langdale ...
... and all the food stores from herbal medicines to butcher shops with their cooked ducks and chickens and other meats on display, as we approached the stores with all their wares out the front were fresh fruits and various Asian vegetables from bok choi to pack choi and choi sum it was then i spotted or rather Nancy did Australian Navel oranges at 99 cents a pound that is roughly $2.00 a kilo, then it happened i saw my first take away complete fish meal there were dried fish ...
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