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Tianjin had a completely different vibe from Beijing as it felt less touched by Western Culture; wherever we walked Chinese people would be stopping taking our photos.
Anyway after a bit of trouble looking for our hostel we eventually found it. However it turned out that even though we had booked it online, and had a reservation number, the hostel had no record of us. Whilst the girls had an interesting ...
... on the distance it would travel on one charge of its battery. So I had charged it up and set off, continuing in a pretty boring sort of manner at 21 km/h for the 11 revolutions.
I wonder how many people wondered about the foreigner going past every 3 minutes or so …
(I have taken the pictures over the last 3 years. Consequently all four seasons could be represented, not just summer as it is ...
... to meet our driver and guide by 6 to start
the 3 hour drive to Tianjin. We drove straight to the orphanage and
arrived just after 9AM where Jaden was staying and met with one of the
directors at the orphanage to start the process. A few papers signed and
the all important Notice of Travel was handed over and then we waited
what seemed like hours as they went to go get Jaden. His caregiver
brought him in and we got to hold our son for the ...
... back that way again about 10 minutes later, having eaten, I stopped and asked the guy "多少钱 / DuōShǎoQián" ('door sh'ou che-an?') - "How much?". “五百 / WǔBǎi” (‘Woo buy’) he replied, Y500, about $NZ100 each.
Nope, not for ...
The caddie was good at finding balls that had been shot into the rough or weeds at the edge of the fairway, and who was I not to allow her to show her skills?
She carried in her bag on the trundler some sand to repair the fairway after we had been a bit low in our shots and taken too much turf with the ball. She could top up her little bag from a container at each tee.
We had a stop after a couple of hours when ...