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... our room and came back to chat. We asked the girls if they know Jill and Don (the folks that just moved from White City and are watching our house). As it turns out, they had been wondering if we knew J&D. They know each other very well!
We also found out that one of the gals taught with Rob and Eleana K. I bet if we talked more we would find more connections...
"OH THE PEOPLE YOU'LL ...
It seems “bao” means “unshaven” from what I could gather from the following mass discussion on my hairy chin.
His wife is sat a few rows from me now, smiling through terrible teeth. I’m slightly worried about what the pair of them have in mind for me if/when we get to Harbin….
Edit: It’s 18:30. We’ve been travelling about 2.5 hours. We’ve stopped at ...
... go we decide to go check it out. All street surface mappage is in Chinese, so we head towards one of the various pictures that looks templey. It's not the Lama temple that we're expecting but looks interesting enough. We stumble across the Songtangzhai Museum and have a look about. Turns out it's a fiver each but promises underground caverns, full to the brim with hidden treasures of fabulousness. Meh....fiver each was a bit steep it turns out, but it did have ...
... so had to leave. The guy looked disappointed but called for the bill.
He pulled out his wallet which I saw contained a stack of neatly ironed 100yuan notes and I finally understood what was going on. He looked at the bill and put six or seven down on the table, and then the waitress showed the bill to me.
The exchange rate for pounds to yuan is about 1pound=10yuan. The total of the bill was over 1250yuan. So over 120pounds for a beer, some ...
... in copper and then layered with copper wire layers, glued on with special glue. The wires are then fired to the surface. Next, natural enamel colors are added, fired, and added for 7 layers of color. Once the colors are finished and fired, the vase or pot is polished using emery, wet stone, and charcoal in a secret process which causes the pot or vase to shine. The process is amazing and incredibly time consuming. It is evident real cloisonné ...