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... of some “veteran” teachers, we found some new food sources which will help – cream cheese and sliced ham. I made Blanche’s mushroom dip last night and it tasted soooo good!
We know the deep freeze has settled in at home and we’re shivering in empathy. At least there hasn’t been a lot of snow to shovel yet!
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... limestone "mountains" and everything is shrouded in a mist – no, not pollution, according to Eva, just the local atmospheric conditions. Tim was a little skeptical on that, but it was mystical. The next day we did a 2 ½ hour bicycle trip out to the country which, again, was a trip back in time. We cycled through little villages where life hasn’t changed much over the last hundred years – they still use hand pumps ...
Well, the big day is over for another year. Hope you all had an enjoyable day, filled with the spirit of Christmas. We know there wasn't any snow in the Maritimes; in fact pouring rain and record breaking temperatures! Perth still topped that at 31 degrees. We enjoyed our week in Perth and did a couple of day trips. We took a bus tour to the Black Swan Valley, a wine producing area, so that Tim could sample the wines. We stopped at ...
... Anne's neighborhood where we ate at a wonderful little French restaurant run by a few French expats living in Shenzhen. The entire clientele appeared to be French expats as well. The food was amazing and the owners were charming. We got up to leave and were promptly instructed to sit back down while one of the owners made us a small cheese platter. Our American tendency to eat and run was clearly baffling ...
Had to put in a day of work while here so I parked myself in a very cute cafe across from the international school at which Anne works. It was quite a pleasant place to work. At lunch I met with a couple of Anne's students who are interested in attending Evergreen. After work I walked across the street to a huge park and wandered around people watching. We walked home via the Wet Market and then had a nice meal looking across the water at Hong Kong's New ...