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... later Arielle and Andrew showed up and right behind them was Jeremy. They had played a trick on us. Gwynn was not amused. Of course the rooms weren't ready so we went out for some breakfast and waited for Greg to arrive from LA. He showed up a few hours later. So we're all in one city for a change. After a search for a SIM card, we met up with Andrew's extended family for, you guessed it- Dim Sum. Uncle # 10 is a member of a ...
... together from pieces of scrap and there is a lot of corrugated metal going on. This was no exception; amongst the dried food hanging from the metal girders holding up the rooves were restaurants and families eating dinner in the open room behind their stalls. That's quite a strange concept to me although I suppose it makes sense in an area which is hot and where your market is the livelihood. Where you would have a shop ...
... and we were encouraged to wear our "colours" Some of my Korean students wore their traditional costumes - so beautiful! The food was AMAZING and from about 15 different countries. This was obviously a popular event. The night before, we had gone out with couple who have been with QSI for 19 years and just move from Venezuela, although they had taught in Dongguan 5 years ago. They had also taught in Kazakhstan and took us to a ...
... well cared for. There was no fee which was surprising too. It was a lovely place to visit. By then we we suffering from the heat again and grabbed a taxi back to the ferry. All taxis here are the same model of car - Toyota crown comfort - and thankfully air conditioned!
We wandered past the museum of art and the space / science museum which had some interesting displays outside. We walked most of the way back to ...
... but we live in hope. Port talk on our last Vietnamese port this morning, Phu My which is a port from which they head off to Ho Chi Min city. Looks interesting, we're off on to tour to Vung Tau, a coastal town nearer than Ho Chi Min city. Still cloudy but risked a bit of time up on deck 13 while Maureen colours her hair, it's warm enough for some shirt off time :-) Lunch in a busy Orangery then the wildlife photographer guy is doing his next talk in the Curzon at 2pm ...