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... A few people somehow seemed to ping out from the depths of the train onto the platform but the space was quickly consumed by the passengers on the train so the people on the platform were having to just shoulder barge their way onto the train. It looked brutal!! We decided to wait for the next train in the hope it would be quieter....it wasn't. Despite setting off from our hotel way earlier than what we thought was necessary, time was knocking on and we ...
... s hard not to stare, although I don't say 'Lawai', I don't have the right! I also find myself staring at the people walking around in their pyjamas in the mid-afternoon or early-evening, the children riding small motorised animals in the square or roller-blading, or learning to do hip-hop with a trainer. And then there are the people on small motorised bikes with tiny trailers carrying gigantic loads that tower metres above the ground and make you wonder ...
... expensive tea you have ever drunk! - we are never going to speak chinese. Sign language rocks. So do picture based menus! - we can survive without facebook. Well, ok, its only been 7 days without access so far & no withdrawal symptoms, although admittedly we have had internet/ phone access during this time! I just wish FB would stop sending daily email reminders that I haven't picked the 2 Friend Requests/ 19 messages/ 23 notifications sent to my account... I ...
... open. The woman behind the counter was very put out when I did not speak enough Chinese with her. As she called on the phone for another associate to help her, she had her head on her elbow, which was resting on the counter, as if she just couldn't take another exhausting experience with a foreigner. Luckily, the other worker was quite happy to help me, and took my watch back to get fixed. The first worker appeared again first, and SPOKE ENGLISH to me asking if I wanted ...
... on the 2nd Monday of school, so we needed to celebrate that, too! There is an area nearby (about a 10 minute Metro ride) called Hong Mei. One of the coolest parts about Hong Mei is a place called Pearl City, which is also called the "Fake Market". It's called this because you can get a lot of name brand things for really cheap, because they are knock-offs! And, it's called Pearl City because one entire floor is dedicated to pearls (which are real) and ...