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... 100 yuan, she said no way so we walked away. She followed and finally offered 150 but still no sale. We stopped at another stall and the starting price was 650 yuan and once again the back and forth finally came down to 150 ($30) sale.........except they didn't have the right size! So No Sale! We did make a purchase however much to Nigel's disgust we bought a telescopic monopod for taking our selfies. No more double/triple chins in our photos! We ...
... up, we are rocking, rolling, falling, banking one way then the other, and juddering a spiral of "reasonably upways" until we fight our way out of the freezing smog. At one point we'd done a 180 and were heading downwards, and I was comvinced we'd suffered some kind of failire and were heading back to land. I could see the wings wibbling and wobbling so ferociously that I can't imagine how something didn't give out and come loose. Anyway stop talking or you might jynx ...
... money. Decisions, decisions.
I've also been to a kareoke bar with Lucy, Mr. Cao, Mr. Chen, Mrs. Chen, Samantha and this other girl, which was great fun but I definitely embarrassed myself. They made me go first and picked Beat It by Micheal Jackson as Lucy had seen me do it at the chinese medicine man's house the week before, but again I killed it. They then for some reason thought I would know Gangnam Style and made me sing that, which again was awful. ...
... and is popping nitro every 5 minutes, while Tim and Allen help him down. The EMTs arrive, all the guides return to their respective buses, and our tour pal, Peter, stays on to make sure the guy is OK. Another important safety tip: READ THE SIGN THAT SAYS “IF YOU HAVE CARDIAC ISSUES, DO NOT CLIMB!” Once we all calm down (we all feel for this guy because there is nothing worse than getting sick so far from home), Jason tells us that ...
... crowding the gate and calling out for
others to come look. We quickly stepped out of sight and wandered
between the classroom buildings, hearing young voices chanting from
virtually every doorway and window. The Chinese education system operates through sheer
repetition. The teacher states a word, the children chant it into
their memory to remember it for the test. The children occasionally
looked out the window at us, but these classrooms were ...