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Sorry for the lack of updates--I've been extremely busy recently. The parents have arrived (well, they actually arrived Dec. 21st). They immediately took a bus up to Hechuan and stayed for 4 days in my wondrous town (which, by the way, had its first bar open up 18 days ago!--needless to say, we all gave it a warm welcome). I took them to Old Street …
... to see a fresh salad in my life! Iceberg lettuce! Cherry tomatoes! Red peppers! Oil and vinegar dressing! Died and gone to heaven! They also had other Macanese fare (a blend of Chinese and Portuguese...this refers to both the cuisine and the people of mixed blood). Then we were off to see the old fortress of the town, which is located, naturally at the top of a very high hill. But surprise! After the initial 30 or so steps, there were banks of escalators to take us to the top, ...
... don't use the loo, don't use the wash room, don't use the hot water, don't use the food from the trolleys, don't use the bed !!! Well we survived the longest train journey yet and the experience of the journey After the train we took a 2 hour local bus which was a bit rickety !!! Just to diversify a bit Robert has some great phrases :- - mentally prepare yourself - dear friends - get me - nooooo problem - 24 by 7 - ...
... we've both been wanting to try in China! It was so surreal cycling around the city and of course it was a little bit scary at first! I really didn't find it as easy to just get back on a bicycle because I haven't ridden one since I was small and I fell off then!! I did eventually manage to get back into the swing of it and of course Liam just took to it straight away and he was trying to do wheelies and all sorts! We now wonder why haven't done it before because its literally ...
... and the ever vague 'Medicine'. I went into the Ultrasound room first and was promptly shoved on to a table where some Chinese doctor began smothering my stomach with this strange goo. I had to fight off laughing and kicking out as she poked and prodded at me with the ultrasound machine. I began to feel very sorry for the Chinese doctors, who were faced with a hoard of foreigners that didn't speak a word of Chinese. My translating skills sure did come in handy that day.
I then ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed