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... looks like the Japanese flag, so Chinese government made them change the design and shape....the Chinese don't like the Japanese much. To buy a license to purchase a car inShanghai it costs $A15,000..a one off cost....then your name goes into a lottery draw and every month about 6000 people are lucky enough to get their license. About 100,000 people a month try out for the lottery draw. our guide said her uncle purchased his car in 2013 but it took 16 months to get his name ...
... the Butter Chicken with Rice and Naan, which is a favorite of ours. It was prepared perfectly and we enjoyed every bite but I couldn’t help but feel disappointed that we hadn’t had an authentic Chinese meal yet. After dinner we went back to our apartment. Renee started some laundry and we were both sound asleep by 21:00 (9:00pm)
I have an entirely new respect for anyone who has moved to the United States without the ability to ...
... was feeling like a bit of a fool at the event so far and I mistakenly thought that adding a bit of British culture would make me look relatively cool. I unsuccessfully tried to explain the reasoning behind Bonfire night and how we celebrate it by chucking a stuffed guy on to a fire, I had blank stares from every direction, and the more I tried to explain the more ridiculous I looked, which is probably why a very pushy teacher resembling a hungry pit bull, asked me to sing a ...
... very neat looking.
We saw many interesting views during our road travels today including the trucks transporting cars. We also saw dozens of huge apartment building complexes. In China people buy apartments that are basically shells, and then they have to buy the appliances, windows, doors, cabinets, outlets, sinks, basically everything. Businessmen are buying up land to build these large complexes, and we have seen many of these buildings that are unoccupied.
... but they do have luggage and it could be difficult, so I let the idea go by and resign myself to a longer wait. After perhaps 20 minutes it is our turn for the next cab that arrives and we use Leslie's address on the mini to get us underway.
The cabbie drops us a fair way from Leslie's actual building, but as I'm hunting for numbers on the buildings, fairly certain I've got the right one, I hear Leslie call out that she can hear us. Fabulous! We ascend to the ...