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... a photo. She smiled delightedly and posed with her mandolin. Her and her husband then excitedly waved us over and withdrew an iPad mini from their bag to take photos of us! This soon drew a small crowd of cafe employees and diners who also took photos. The woman spoke quite good English and when she and her husband resettled in their chairs, they began to sing an assortment of songs. We were able to join in a few, including Jingle ...
... with lovely hymn singing by mostly elderly women - at this point I started to get a blister under my foot and one of the girls rushed off and bought some bandaids which solved the problem - who would have thought that I with my expensive hiking sandals would be the one to get a blister - have to try platform sandals next time.
Fabulous ancient Nunnery for vegetarian lunch - 90cents - ...
... my Grandma's name is Rose. That is so exciting you have a boyfriend!!! Don't worry, your secret is safe with me.
Christina: I know that name called Jack or Rose is common in America. Finally, I hope you can play with me and we can have a dinner together Friday. OK?
Me: Yeah that is great. I will see you for dinner. Can't wait to meet your mom!!! It will be good practice for you to be our interpreter. It will show your mother how amazing ...
... not amazing), dancing, playing cards and drinking green tea.
Next she took us to the beautiful streets (really called beautiful streets). They had the normal market shops (for the first time in China we weren't hassled!), teahouses, cafes and bars.
We stopped in for a drink with Sam, Ed, Lauren and Graham. Paid 29 Yuan ($4.00) for a Crown Larger. How is it cheaper to buy Australian beer in China then home??
... peaceful enclave from the city - in fact, in parts of it, it was hard to believe you were in the city, apart from the fact that there were still hordes of people. From there, we took a bus to the park, where I saw much of what I had seen the day before, but Sharon did a good job of putting a new light on it. She took to dancing with the mobs of 'clubbers'. This time, there were a couple of clearly homosexual men ...