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Today was an interesting day – rushing to breakfast before it closes, meeting with the team shortly after followed by the first RRU and ZGU Badminton tournament, which – may I add – we won! Grace and I made a fabulous team and won both of our matches, despite some feisty
competition. After the tournament Grace told me that she was tired, so I just headed out with Rohene and Tee ...
Lunch took place in a traditional, albeit commercialized, teahouse. On the ground floor they serve tea, the first floor is a restaurant and the third floor usually offers rooms for guests. The first thing that struck me when passing through the ground floor was that people drank tea while snacking on pipas (sunflower seeds in their shell)!! Who would have thought that Spain's favourite snack is equally appreciated here? I certainly did not. ...
Today I was in tea heaven. The entire day evolved around tea: We had a professional tour guide, who told us about Hangzhou's tea heritage. We also visited the tea museum to understand the history and making of tea and then saw a tea plantation that grew the world’s best green tea – the famous Longjing tea. This tea is surrounded by several legends – apparently it was once blessed ...
I can’t talk too much more about work stuff as y’all know... My journey home was a bit of a nightmare as I spent it in the armpit of an exceptionally tall Chinese guy... and my butt was in an old ladies face who was lucky to be sitting down and not so lucky to have my bubble bum in her face every time we slammed on the breaks... I stopped saying Duey bu chi after the 5th time when I realized she could care less. Probably perfectly normal for her to ...
... market area. Since it was Saturday, it was packed. In the center of the market was a traditional Chinese pharmacy. We all went into this huge (many rooms) pharmacy where pharmacy assistants were filling prescriptions. These prescriptions could contain up to 20 ingredients of herbs, plants, flowers, animal and insect parts, even bird spit; all boiled and brewed into a liquid for two to three hours. It was a fascinating place and ...