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... The villagers greeted us with warm smiles and a woman even offered for us to come back and eat at her "restaurant" when we got back. We used the outdoor public restroom (which are commonly used by residents who mostly do not have their own bathrooms) before the hike, and I have to mention this here because "squatty potties" are one thing, but a hole in the ground is quite another thing! I can never un-smell that smell, or un-see that sight, but ...
... up and we might as well have licked the plate clean was eggplant and onions. How it was cooked was the most Devine eggplant I have ever tasted. Helped that the sauce was sweetened. Two hours drive back into town. Traffic only has one peak hour here from morning till night. It never ends. As they are trying to reduce pollution they have a system where cars ending with certain numbers are not allowed to drive for the day. Apparently today was not so bad as plates ending in ...
... harvest. The building called The Hall of Prayer For Good Harvests is spectacular. It's a round building made of wood with not a single nail. As with most floors and surfaces here in China, the base of the structure is made of marble and stone. We got quite a history lesson. It was really cool. We went to a tea house there and did another tea tasting. They are so much fun and one of my favorite things to do here. Today we tasted 5 different ...
... I did. The hot sauce really opened up everyone's sinuses. After the water started to boil, we would place various meats and vegatables in it to cook. It was actually a really neat way to cook and a great way to cook veggies....kale, cabbage, onions, beans, etc. We even had some whole eggs that we cracked open to make a egg-drop soup. There were also some meats to cook and a few shrimp (one for ...
July 22nd, 3:45 PM.
This morning feels like the first time I've had a second to breathe this week, both figuratively and literally. The air quality hit over 300 this week, a standard that the Chinese government calls "hazardous," but I'm pretty sure is code for "mortal peril." I made the mistake of going for a walk in the park on Wednesday morning before class and when I came back I was lightheaded and coughing up something dark gray for ...
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