China Red Cross Hotel
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... super…… HAHAHA! We bought ponchos from the grandma waiting in the door. She was SOOOO stoked it had started raining. We weren’t bothered. It meant that once again we got to match our outfits… This time it was with thin, cheap, blue plastic. So much for taking cute pictures on the Great Wall of China!
We couldn’t shake our lady for all the tea in China. She would NOT leave us alone. That is ok though. She ...
... a pine tree, then leaping across the treetops. Music seemed to start mysteriously and then fade away - we assumed park loudspeakers at first- but it turns out many people walk around with radios or music players playing quite loudly in the plastic bags they are carrying. As well as groups of people doing various musical calisthenics and tai chi or sword kata, lots of individuals doing their own private exercise routines, many tapping and massaging parts of the body vigorously. ...
... webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">1. Due to no doors and only 3 foot walls there isn't much privacy in a Chinese public toilet.
2. Like Laos men, Chinese men enjoy lifting their shirts exposing their bellys to cool down in the sunshine.
3. The ...
... 8220;head of the district” office (2 people sitting in a room) to pay taxes; visiting the police to register my presence. To top it off, within days of moving in, the bathroom is completely taken apart due to leaking water and I had to shout my way into getting new temporary housing. And now in temporary new housing… the saga continues. No hot water today.
This will definitely be a learning experience.
... cooker etc. Here it’s not so easy to get everything you want (without paying a price for it), and not having a cooker, and time as well as we’re often out & not sure what we’re up to until it happens.
Weds evening we went to the theatre with 2 friends. Ray at work had some free tickets given to him for promoting the show, Man of La Mancha. It’s a Broadway classic, about the writer Don Miguel De Cervantes in jail awaiting death during ...