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... been good, lots of variation and heaps of veggies, a lot lighter than Chinese food back home. The kids are doing well, they are needing a little encouragement to try some of the dishes however. Off to the university this afternoon for a rehearsal then a concert in an 800 seat auditorium with a Chinese orchestra and choir. We're really not sure what we're in for -will let you know after the concert! Later ...
... happiness. I am more curious now than ever. I love the fact that my next activity was also good for my health..... the foot massage. Tonight I met Jodi and Griffin and we went in a night market tour. Our guide was only mediocre at best, so we didn't really get much out if the night. The highlight would have been the Peking duck wrap, but I also tried fish balls, silk worms on a stick, and a candied fruit skewer. We listened to the harp play back at the hotel and then we called it a ...
... d know any of this from Beijing.
It is a sprawling, shinny metropolis that looks like a cross between Sydney and a giant Chinatown. Except that all the signage here is in English.
I wander around gleefully. Popping in and out of ...
... however briefly - that hovering just beyond the ancient walls was a bustling city of 20 million people. I was actually surprised by how nice the weather turned out to be on the one day I would be spending a significant amount of time outdoors! Although still cold, the temperature never dropped below freezing and there was very little wind. It was ...
... wall, paying the man more out of pity than a sense of official obligation. The Americans' driver, meanwhile, had laid out a large block of firecrackers, and set them off with a sudden RATATATATATATATAT that echoed through the valley like gunshots, shouting “welcome to China!” like a crazed pyromaniac.
After returning our heart rates to their normal speed, we continued. Heading tentatively across the dam, up a dusty red hill and a home-made metal ladder, we finally made ...