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... rain and cloud. Johanna took us to the Qi Family Compound on the way to the station. This is actually a series of many compounds that had functions depending on where they were placed and who was responsible for them. There were sleeping areas, a place for the wet nurse, a room where, at one month old the child of the owner had a series of items placed in front of him/her - paint brush, abacus, food and other items. Whatever item the child put their hand on first determined ...
... roasting walnuts as walnuts are very popular here. Nobody bothered us as we walked thru and enjoyed the sights and sounds. China is a very loud country. The people speak loud and it is quite a harsh language to listen too. We passed by the Bell Tower and the Drum Tower on our way to the city wall. We viewed the wall from below but in the ...
didnt have to get up so early today :)
This morning we went back to the muslim quarter to see it during daylight – still just as lively and exciting. One stall vendor played the ocharina – he did play some western tune but (in my basic mandarin) I asked him to play a Chinese tune for us.
We visited an old courtyard, (this is where I saw ...
My birthday was a success! (Aside from the cake melting!) Not too many people can say they turned seventeen in China.
My birthday started on Saturday; I spent the day with Hugh's family. We went to the Qing Ling mountains then out to eat at a farmer's restaurant. After eating, we went fishing. Unfortunately no one caught anything. :(
Saturday was one of the best days I had in China thus far--being with complete ...
... I was surprised to see a substantial supply of beef liver on offer. Just sitting around on card tables at the front of the shop, drying in the heat, slowly collecting flies.
Ok, I'm going to end this one there. I'll be honest with you, I've already written my blog for the next city which we're leaving tonight for Beijing. I reckon it's a more entertaining story than this one and I'd like to hurry up and attach some photos to it so you can all read it.