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... area. We walked down the narrow ally, between the apartments. There was a community kitchen in the back, with one sink, that is very old and rusted, and a single hot plate for cooking. It was very small, dirty, and dingy.
We walked back out of the living area, and continued down the market street. The rest of the road was a hardware market, selling door hinges, nails, pvc piping, etc.
... The one when we reached Manila with the sky scrapers just visible through the fog/smog, and the one of the shanty town. I put the shanty town in because it's different. The 2 others are of the Gold Coast in Brisbane. Anyway the results will be known before Hong Kong, I will keep you posted. Not very much sea activity today although we did see a couple of large birds diving down catching fish but we haven't a clue what birds they ...
... them. Many parents still use matchmakers to find a mate for their kids. Women have the upper hand in choosing a partner since there is a shortage of suitable girls for all the boys (which are the preferred gender). If you have a son, it is your responsibility to pay for his wedding, a gift to his future wife's family of between 16-20 thousand dollars, and buy him an apartment for his wife. Our guide has a 8 month old boy and already has started a fund to finance ...
... T, I swear its just gin with splash of tonic. The multicultural band are really good and the club picks up a notch with everyone dancing round their tables. Think it's 2am by the time they finish and instead of going home we go to a salsa night (JZ's). Watching Chinese people sing Spanish is quite bizarre but they are good. Mum - you'd love it in there. We can't help but get caught up in the Spanish vibe and we all do our take on flamenco dancing. We rock that look, well we were ...
... until we found ourselves back at Peoples square again. Finally we packed our bags and pushed through the crowds, ready to catch a subway to the airport. But the subway was so busy we changed our minds at the last minute and ran back upstairs in the rain to catch a cab. It ended up being more expensive that we had predicted, but sometimes it’s worth spending more money so you can have a little space to move. At the airport we played cards until our flight was boarded.