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... around, went out with the group to 'drunken dragons bar crawl'. Was a really good night out. In the last club Adam had to rent trousers so he was allowed in which was strange. Had a good time in here. Once again me and Adam decided not to go home at a sensible time and left the club when it was light outside. On the Friday we went to a propaganda museum, so learnt a little more about chinese culture and then visited some markets. ...
... a intense massage so, then it started to dig in and turn left bit weird I thought and then it dug in went left and tried to come back out again! Imagine some one trying to grab your spine and rip it out! I looked at Áine and she seemed to be getting on grand. When I felt something starting to push up into my Ass I decided my chair was section C on the health and safety code. I limped and laughed my ass up to bed for the night.
Merry Belated Christmas! I've had some fun few days on my vacation from school so far :) I hope you've been having a wonderful time spending time with family and friends.
After I blogged on Saturday, Scott and I met with his friends from work AJ and Raven for brunch at Kaiba. I had an omelette and Scott got some breakfast burritos. After eating, we went shopping in the terrace for a while. The terrace is small stone alleyways, filled with shops and restaurants. ...
... of Shanghai. The park brought us back onto the riverside with a gorgeous view of the sun setting amongst the buildings. We found it very hard to pull ourselves away from the view but our tummies were growling for food, we left the park in search of the metro which we found after about an half an hour of looking. After dinner we found ourselves back in the western supermarket for some bacon, eggs and rolls ready for tomorrow’s breakfast. I’m looking forward to waking up tomorrow. ...
... and young men pulling up in Lotuses and Ferraris , climbed the stairway to heaven and the pounding music waiting for the customers. A far cry from Marxist theory!
Shu-Hwa found treasure in the shoe department, but although there were some gorgeous very cheap shoes, none fit my feet! Then dinner in the 'Orange Garden’, satisfactorily Chinese, I was assured by Shu-Hwa who grew up in Taiwan in Tapai, but is ...
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