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... Mandarin as well. Olivia ate at least 8 spring fools and is adorable! We joked the whole time. Harper, the 14 month old, kept crawling in my lap and throwing soy sauce everywhere. All Max wanted to eat was plain Chinese noodles, and Natalie ate 4 duck shaped 3-D cookies. Ed explained that he is really having to adjust to life here. Apartments collect TONS of money but give limited quality. They live in the U. S. embassy area! He misses the ...
... to the tanks and faced on one side by the restaurant staff who did not speak English and our host who knew nothing about fish we had a problem. All the same we pointed and chose and pointed some more then called our Chinese colleague who came over and ordered even more food.
The food was cooked and we had Scallops sliced and fried served in the shell with garlic, chili and garlic squid, I mistook a piece of garlic for some squid so got to sit on my own for a ...
When I first woke up, I decided to blog about yesterday. Then I got a text from Sara if I wanted to chill. I went to her room and she was packing for her trip to Shanghai. We watched Games of Thrones, which I had never watched or read before.
After Games of Thrones, we went to get sandwiches from the vendor I liked outside of west gate. It was raining. Sara was wearing flip flops and she got her feet wet.
Once we got our sandwiches, we returned ...
... opera that I refused too leave without seeing!- dying of exhaustion or not!
So we ended up going with the “least impressive” suggestion from a friend due to the convenience of getting off the metro at a nearby stop haha…ok ok come on I wanted to see them but after what I had been through I didn’t want to trek around for the best one and SLEEP THROUGH THEM! So we settled for a show that we were told was “just ok.” But honestly the ...
... is hardly accurate. Chun Man Yuan resembled an indoor garden, with fish ponds, small fountains, and gazebos surrounding the sitting areas. As the people arrived so did the food, and by the end of dinner Christian and I could not eat another bite, although plenty of food remained on the table. The dinner lasted about two afters, after which Christian, several other reporters and I were shown to our villa for the night. After studying my new ...