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... fried fish, pot roast, meat loaf, vegetables of all kinds, potatoes prepared in a variety of ways, bread (of all shapes and sizes, kinds and flavors). American dishes are, typically, quite time consuming in terms of production; in other words, they take a while to make. Breads, dairy (milk, cheese, etc), and meat constitute a large portion of the American diet.
In our week 2 classes, I'll go over some common American dishes (some of my favorites ...
... were even lucky enough for our room to come with hot water - kind of vital for only a 3 hour shower break. Now I'm pretty sure this hotel is not of our usual standards (at £2 p/h I hope not, we even got a discount of 25%). It wasn't the lack of guests but more the extra gifts on offer. So in addition to the usual soap, shampoo, toothbrush and towels, we had non-complimentary; boxes of condoms, cans of red bull and ...
... by the individual. After all, most people believe that it isn't morally good to be an alcoholic, but, at least in most countries, being an alcoholic isn't illegal. It may be morally wrong, but people still have the freedom to make that morally wrong choice. So, here is the big question, does homosexual marriage fall under that same category?
In this week's classes we're going to talk about this issue. Think about it. Be prepared to discuss it. ...
... to catch up with some family on skype as we finally have Internet access.
We arrived in Giulin and we finally given some free time to hit the shops but being a sunday there were markets on the street but nothing of interest or sizing to buy.
Dinner at 5 star restaurant this evening then out into the river to see the cormorants in action fishing.
Off to Yang shuo tomorrow.
... said, "We told you we'd help you, so we're going to go there and return back here." I said it wasn't a problem, but again they insisted. So off we went, racking up the taxi fare to a China-astounding 42rmb, or $7. I was pretty upset about that, but when I handed the taxi driver 50rmb, the conversation was as follows:
Me: "What? It's 42rmb...here's 50."
Me: "Uhhh...42. 50...here."
Him: [Glancing at girls, ...