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... inviting-okay meat, nicely spiced beef
fat, young ginger beautiful frog, pig hoof and buckwheat noodle,
inland frozen pig elbow, inviting pig's ear, stir fried pig throat,
quick fried okay meat, beef tendon balls, silkworm pup, sand insect,
stewed goose web in dried pot and the famous, four star ass meat.
(Okay children, don't make me regret sharing the last one with you!)
Do I need to tell you that Sophie and
Izzy only ate ...
... salty sauce, then feasted! While I sat there, savoring my tiny meal in the party-sized pot, a few men across the restaurant raised their beers in cheers to me. It was a welcoming and warm-hearted gesture of acceptance in this vastly foreign land. A visit to Chengdu without a trip to their famous panda sanctuary is like greeting your boss with a slap on the behind---you just don't do it. It's a remarkable sight, the only one of its kind, a place where ...
... Guards, 5 Aunties (they look after the children's personal needs, carer's), A dance studio, pottery room, art room, 3 art teachers, and an indoor pool. They're fed breakfast in the morning, fruit and drinks at 10:15, a full cooked lunch at 11:30, then a nap till 2:00. The afternoon is spent in Chinese Lessons, piano lessons and art. The children also attend Judo, dancing and further English tutoring. These children are from the age of 2 ½ to 5 years old. In a ...
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