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... not allowed in the carriages, but people smoke in between and insist on jamming the doors open) a shower was something everyone seemed to want. After the shower we went to our room and had a quick nap before meeting outside for our hot pot dinner.
The hot pot dinner restaurant was slightly fancier than expected. The tables are usually tables of 8 people, with two pots – a large one with a smaller one in the middle – offering two levels of spiciness. ...
... someone had given me as I heaved and slobbered my way up under a 2 o'clock afternoon sun and felt like dying. I threw the cigarette away and felt worlds better. But anyways at about the 35 km mark this curious English teacher (only the second English speaker I'd met in as many weeks) cruised beside me on his motorbike asking me questions and speeding ahead and returning with drinks over the next hour took me into Xishui, and took me out for dinner at a fancy hotel, where ...
... make our doors and sunroofs our self. Great stuff (glue, hemming, press, ..), again something I will learn.
But I also enjoy seeing a Stamping plant being build together. Huge metal structures are installed, and press dies coming in….Magnus, you have the regards from Peter Gert.
Last week, we already had Lars Wrebo and Mark Hallum over here to have a plant visit and reporting out how all is progressing. Stamping, BIW and Paint are progressing, but in TCF still a ...
... around 30 red and 83 giant pandas. Mostly inactive, they can be seen chewing piles of arrow bamboo or sleeping.
The famously rare giant panda occurs only in China and, according to recent genetic tests, is distantly related to the bear. The wild panda population of around 1,600 is increasing, though with perhaps only another 370 in zoos worldwide, they remain seriously endangered. There is ...
... the girls to lunch. Which was the best decision we made as we found some amazing street food, and it only cost us 20p each!
We then wondered to The People’s Park, where a lot of the cities older residents come to sit in the park to drink tea and play cards. We indulged in some lemon tea, our first traditional Chinese tea, I wasn’t too fond of mine, nothing beats a bit of Twining’s! The park also has ear ...