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... along with his benevolence in sharing his knowledge of Kilwa and his poems and ballads with us.
4. Having my ears be serenaded by the lovely traditional Omani music as I walked the streets of Sohar. These performances definitely win over the musical concerts of the world today, especially because I was able to experience them so close up!
5. Seeing the impressive dry stone construction ...
... The city was in a constant movement, not only within the market square, but also the fleets sent out along the trade route by the government to ship goods and to collect tributes. Caught up in this unforgettable moment, an accidental glance at my watch overrode all prior thoughts as I virtually flew across the market to the other side of the city to my meeting place with Nathan in a small shack near a rice farm. After stumbling around from one dwelling to the next, I ...
... of some “veteran” teachers, we found some new food sources which will help – cream cheese and sliced ham. I made Blanche’s mushroom dip last night and it tasted soooo good!
We know the deep freeze has settled in at home and we’re shivering in empathy. At least there hasn’t been a lot of snow to shovel yet!
PS. I've added a few more pictures from the Guilin trip
Take care and stay warm!
Helen and ...
Today I had hoped to spend some more time looking around Zhuhai, but as it was STILL raining quite a lot that didn't happen.
I made my way back to GongBei which is also where the train station is, and felt quite pleased with myself for getting a train ticket to come back at 4 pm AND ask for a window seat!
There was nowhere to leave bags at the station, so I went to the Vanguard ...
... as a British branch line. The Chinese flag flies on public buildings. It's a symbol I'm wary of. The Ukraine has reformed, or at least set the ball rolling on a process we still like to believe is an inevitable progression towards greater freedom. (I get the feeling if I live long enough, I will see this is not the case.) Not only has China preserved the Communist legacies of silencing criticism and constricting political participation to an elite (I don't want to place the ...