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... I'd had enough and I would either talk or didn't know where the missiles were hidden. The problem was that the settings were clearly made to slowly increase the voltage throughout the session and so the contractions got more and more intense, it felt as though my entire body was tensing and relaxing on a 10 second cycle and through rhythmically clenching teeth I was only hoping it wouldn't get any stronger as this was ...
... of flying directly to Hong Kong like I had originally planned. This meant I had to wake up 3 hours earlier, at 3:30am, which made the entire journey much longer and more exhausting. There is something quite empowering about travelling solo, as it feels good to be able to navigate through airports, security and finding the new terminals and connections by yourself. On the other hand, however, it is also quite lonely. It is ...
... wash first the pot, then the tea, then let it brew at the proper temperature. We sampled a variety of teas including something with ginseng that tasted naturally sweet and a lychee black tea mixed with rose that i was instantly obsessed with. We left with a large amount of tea, Josh with a bemused but resigned expression.
And finally, the roast duck dinner. All table settings were sealed in plastic - according to our guide this is normal in China. The dishes are ...
... in, and sat down. This was definitely a locals-only kind of place… well-worn tables, beat-up stools, and loads of staring locals. Haha. The hostess/server dropped the menu, and it was *entirely* in Chinese. "Well, that dude's noodles look pretty good…", we thought. "And that guy just got something tasty-looking served on rice." So we pointed at each, self-served ourselves some beer from the fridge, and sat to wait.
The noodles were fat ...
... quite superb - we were in good company with one, TBlair - where have I heard that name before? This was followed by a beer or three in Paddy O'Shea's Irish Pub to watch the
Heineken Cup final, won by a Dublin team, who play in blue and who seemed to get all the breaks from the ref in the first half at least, against our ...
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