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... lost on me however.
While we were watching a tea ceremony with a man showing a great deal of skill twirling a long handled teapot the good news came through that we won the State of Origin!!!
This lifted the whole night.
Then back to the hotel Rami for Rami to practice a Mandarin translation of his welcome speech.
Hopefully tomorrow will bring better news about Mum. We can just hope and pray.
... reflect on the days which have past, the present and to do some forward planning.
I have been in China for a few days now and can reflect on my feelings and emotions .
I do feel like a stranger here. The language barrier coupled with the fact that I am foreigner alone in a swarm of an unfamiliar culture creates the effect of being keenly aware of the looks and stares from all eyes around me. It’s a sense of ...
... we're faced by a slippery muddy path followed by a steep set of stairs. There were people slipping and falling over everywhere. Kels almost fell but rescued it and tried to claim she was just pulling a new dance move she d been thinking about. A coach eventually took us the scenic way to our original destination (our driver got lost) where we got on a bullet train to chengdu. We took a ...
... Typically there are 4 car lanes: 2 for cars and 2 for bikes. Often the bike lanes are usually separated by corridors. Such a bike friendly country! Yay for the environmentalist!
The hospitality here is incredible. People are always so excited to show you around and "qing"/host (pay) for your dinner.
The people here are also "lazy." Other Chinese people think that Chengdu people are like pandas: ...
... freezing. I had forgotten to turn the light off so hopped out to flick the switch. Not even a split second after I had, the barn doors were flung open and a monk on a mission came bursting into the room. In the brief cover of darkness, I made it across the room and into bed, pulling the covers over my head before he made it to the switch to get the lights back on. Beneath the covers my heart was pounding, half expecting to get kicked out into the cold and half because I ...