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We left at 6:30pm by bus for a short drive to the theatre where we were to see a show called "ERA - Intersection of Time". It was a fantastic series of acrobatic performances with a common theme of China then and now. We were not surprised to find that the creators of the show had all worked with Cirque du Soleil, there were many similarities.
- Jar Juggling - the "strong man" performer juggled large ...
... she told us is that they don't eat much rice in China as it takes up too much room which they need so they can have more of the good stuff. Makes sense to me. One of the places we went had very tasty ribs, they would give lone star ribs a run for their money.
The Thursday morning Phoebe had us booked in for a tour of the Bund. This is a popular tour for tourists to do and it is very interesting. The bund was originally a British settlement so along it there ...
... of the girls had a contact at a club called Suzy Wongs, which after nearly a year here I’d managed to avoid…..!! It was a fun night, with a table reserved for us, and several bottles of free fizz. We met the boys in there too, who were drunker than us, and seemingly unable to hold their drink ;)
A few of us on Sunday decided to go cycling at midday, having the bike is wonderful, especially now in the warmer weather. Such a nice way to get around. ...
... so meat is bought daily and often killed and gutted in front of you – the bigger animals arrive already sectioned. Some of the sections I didn’t recognise. One of the bits of meat looked like the teats of the pig… but I couldn’t be sure. How would I go about confirming that anyway?! Trotters were common and livers and tongues. Big, round baskets are filled with long, thin fish; shallow plastic tubs, deep with eels, small or large, squirming about; you can ...
... Jobs done, I got ready to go out - we all went to a (supposedly) good restaurant, and got OK food with **** service - Emily joined us from work (she teaches English here) but Margrethe wasn't feeling too well, so decided she wasn't going to come out clubbing which was a shame. We had been hanging out all the time, but never ended up getting totally drunk on a big night out together. The rest of us (Me, Ben, Ashley and Emily) bought some horrible warm beers from a street vendor and ...