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... dinning room, massive bedroom and bathroom and the icing on the cake our own private sun terrace. We thought it could not get any better, then we met our neighbour. A beautiful man called Ramon from Mexico City who as it turned out was travelling with a gorgeous Mexican family and we became friends instantly and they became a highlight of our Yangtze cruise. So since we upgraded to a suite it ...
... coin into my hand and dashes off. When I finally board I realise that the description is accurate: a hard seat is a narrow park bench covered in a thin, solid cushion. The open carriage is full, with six of us squashed together around a small table. I have ten hours to share this the cheapest of the three ticket classes with a big group of secondary school students and a cluster of old gentleman. They've all got the gawping out of the way before, finally, we leave ...
... Shopping area receives over 7,000 people in their doors per day - to look and play with the gadgets - the younger generation is fascinated with technology. Most Chinese, however, cannot afford an iPhone.
Kamie and I were sick of Chinese food. We saw McDonalds and had no shame. Kamie ordered a Big Mac. (He said it tasted just like a normal Big Mac - no surprises). I ordered a Chicken sandwich. We both got fries - and COKES (nothing ...
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Rap guy is one of those people that Alexi regularly talks with, and it's gradually getting more hilarious (for me), as he mourns the loss of his girlfriend and I whisper things to Alexi that would semi-comfort this manSupport rap guy's sorrow. In the middle of ...
... and a block of something. I'm not exactly sure what the block was, some kind of chalk that was ground down and mixed with the tea to make the ink. A small amount of tea was poured on the stone slab and then one of the other students ground the black block against the stone slab for about 15 minutes, while the calligraphy student prepared. He folded the paper into ten squares and when the ink was ready, he began. The poem I am holding directly translates as Huai ...