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... has by far been one of the most amazing opportunities I have ever been presented with, and each person we met along with route, each fact we learned, and each event we experienced will forever be carved into my mind. If I were to pick my top five that impacted me the most though, the following list illustrates those that stood out from all others:
1. Being served dish after dish of traditional Omani ...
... about the city and drink up the sights for a while. At the ports, large ships came to and fro, and Chinese junks dotted the horizons with their stern mounted rudders to improve steering such gargantuan boats in the large sea and their water-tight bulkheads designed to keep them afloat during emergencies. Silks, silk textiles, ceramics, and metalwork made their way on and off the land while people scurried back and forth trying to find the best bargain and the most stunning ...
... first real bread, let alone wholemeal food in 3 weeks as well)!
Later tonight, cousin Wei Wei’s (Canada cousin’s) husband took us all out for dinner at a restaurant in Fungcun. Another cousin Suiw Wai - eldest aunty’s daughter (from Shensen) had come all the way to Guangzhou today especially to see Mum (they are very close), she was catching the train home later tonight. Altogether there were 15 people at dinner.
It rained all ...
... all for under 5 bucks.
After that I was pretty tired so we headed back to the apartment and I took a nap until dinner. We met much of Mr. Yang’s family for dinner and enjoyed talking and getting to know them. We had several seafood dishes and soups. This was my first time eating squid and it was really good. Not surprisingly it tasted a lot like the octopus from the other ...
... and sofas and not one that was not occupied! And by occupied I mean by more than one person, many who had obviously been there for hours? It was a living room, partitioned into the tiny different mini living spaces - but, unlike Canadian Ikea, people had moved into each apartment, moved onto each sofa and were nestled into each comfortable chair. In between the spaces - others waited, hoping for ...