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... The shed! What a name but its a lovely and we see the most Europeans we've seen on our whole trip put together. The only Chinese here are the ones working, a few woman and a man asleep on his table! A pool table takes up most of the bar and Cian and Des put their names on the board to play. Dinner ordered we relax after a long eventful day...Miriam, Des and Cian enjoy a few beers, we've ordered burgers and bangers and mash. ...
... really nice having someone to chat to during the flight. I also had a very nice lady sitting next to me on the train to Bath. She works for a publisher in London and was on her way home from work. She had done a similar trip to mine in her younger days and had toured around Australia, but she hadn't been to NZ though she wanted to one day. It turned out that she lives in Bath and very kindly offered to share her taxi with me so that I didn't have to find ...
As you know we love food! Tyler especially loves food and he is not opposed to "shaking up his digestive system". First as mentioned in a previous blog, we sampled dumplings from all over China and with all different types of fillings. On our last night as we sat at dinner eating dumplings (go figure) Jim and Tyler were systematically evaluating all the different places and types of dumplings we tasted and rating the top 25 ...
"So, for a long time in China's history, people did not have much to eat.."
"That is why we eat many foods that people from other countries would not touch."
"To go along with this practice, we have a saying that goes: The Chinese, they will eat anything in the sky but the airplane, anything on the ground but the legs of the table, and anything in the sea but the submarine."
"Anyway, you should try rabbit brain sometime. It really is not too bad!"
... spun-sugar with ground nuts treat that we buy in China town in Montreal whenever we can find it. I promised myself I had to try it in China, just like baklava was mandatory in Greece! We enjoyed the stringy, sticky goodness on the journey through the Chinese countryside. It was delicious, but I dare say the stuff in Montreal might be yummier. It could just be that it sat overnight, or maybe the guy that came to sell his treat in Canada just really knows ...