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... testicles being but a sample. The most perturbing offer, to my eyes, was some unfortunate scorpions impaled alive upon a skewer, their legs rotating in perpetual and pitiful escape attempts, not comprehending the magnitude of their predicament.
The whole rigmarole stank of gimmick- I remain to be convinced that people eat these items in anything but novelty- the same insects sit up there for months and years. Still, when in the other Rome...After a stick ...
... we went and they were selling umbrellas. We were all stalwart, until the sun got the better or me and I started grumbling that I wanted an umbrella. Could we find one? No! Anyway thankfully I was carrying a scarf and survived. One of our travellers went missing and he was nowhere to be found. His wife was frantic and there was nothing to be done, as we were all getting hot and tired. He did manage to find a policeman, who rang the tour guide who sent him back to the hotel, ...
... seat and half of each of ours! I was able to put her head on my lap for a couple hours and dose off, but poor Heather spent all 13 hours unsuccessfully trying to get comfortable and fall asleep...she can't do it unless she has a window.
We're home! Back in the good ole U.S. of A!
You'd think with as big of an airport at IAH is, and as many international flights arrive daily that they could and would adequately staff the immigration booths. Its not like they ...
... tail between their legs realising that evening bowling & beer is an integral part of their success!!
Went for a wander into town later in the afternoon, then food & wine at the Blue Frog, before finishing the evening in our usual bar, the First Floor. Really weird just being the two of us as most of our friends have gone home.
On Friday night a guy we’d met through Internations a few times & become friends with, slipped on the ...
... I know my dad would have loved! We had lunch there, a bowl of noodles with fatty chicken for me haha... It was really good but something ill have to get used to. Then wandered out of the palace to Jingshan Park across the street.
We climbed up a bunch of stairs to get to a lookout where there was a small temple housing a big Buddha we couldn't take pictures of but the view over Beijing and the forbidden city was phenomenal!