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Travel Blogs from Foshan
After a wild and eventful adventure across the Indian Ocean Basin too breathtaking to capture fully in words, it's difficult to believe that this expedition has come to a complete halt. If only summer lasted forever so that I could continue to expand upon my knowledge of the region back then! The year 1392 seems so much more fascinating than 3619, even without the modern technology we have in this day and ...
I still cannot believe how quickly time has flown by, especially with each day being packed with new things to explore and discover, but I am now in Canton, the last stop in our journey through the past. Because Nathan had gone off in the dhow, we did not travel together this time, but we had scheduled a meeting place and time in Canton prior to his wild run to the boats. Looking at my watch, I realized I had quite a while before we would meet each other again, so I decided ...
Malacca was a charming fishing town that my ship's captain took pride in his knowledge of. A kind of treasure so to speak, what a confidant man. A confidant man who had in this instance decided he wanted to stay with the locals with his crew for some time, bidding us a fond farewell. Our overland trek to the opposite side of the peninsula was arduous but my guide kept us in food and clothes, bargaining well with ...
... be getting a new football kit in the coming weeks soon. I believe it
will be the Dutch away kit.
In addition to my weekly Sunday tradition, I also had a
match with the school PE teachers. We played the construction workers again,
except this time, I believe it was the boss’s brother team whom we played. We
won this time around with a score of 3:2. I didn’t score, but surprisingly,
Leon decided to join the team. He played goalie and ...
... it. Baby on board Since coming to Guangzhou, I saw on many occasions Caucasian families pushing Chinese babies on strollers. No place more predominant than on Shamian Island where it is not uncommon to see Caucasian families taking their newly adopted Chinese babies out for a walk. Most of the babies were girls of course. Due to China's one child policy and the Chinese culture of favoring baby boys, there is now a thriving market for baby girls to be ...