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... 6 student tried stirring the pot only managing to tip the pot and nearly extinguish the fire.
Other notes, the rides were pretty good. I might have overkilled it on the bumper cars, but they were really the best thing there. The roller-coaster was menial at best, the scare house left me without a scare. Most of the better things you had to pay. The bow and arrow was fun though. We were actually given a quality long bow to shoot, with the string wound ...
... 8230; back to the cupcakes. We had to pack them all in plastic containers and I’m happy to say they all stayed safe.
The fair was at the other campus, just down the street a bit. In a matter of hours, the school was transformed into a Winter Wonderland. When we went over to set up our room, there were as many trees and wreaths and decorations as you’d see at a Canadian Tire store! That’s one of ...
... the same guy caught up with us and walked with us to the Expo - a good thing because we would have had a very difficult time finding it ourselves. The registration was well organized but hardly anything for sale. There was 1 booth that was selling gels. Tim was thankful for that! The other hitch was when we came out of the subway station to get to the hotel. We were at a big intersection and no idea which way to go. We've learned to save maps as images on our devices and ...
The city awakes with a cool breeze blowing down the long streets..people are rushing to and fro..setting up every available square foot to entice the shopper... and the local diners.. footpath "kitchens" move in to feed the masses.. not unusual to see gas bottles for cookers arriving by bicycle.. plastic stools for seating and various undescribable edible(?) items being offered.. not taken up by this duo..Western "starbucks" it is...
After the usual ...
... boss and just feel they must get
the job done? In all probability it is the latter. Chinese have a slavish
obsession for work, or at least earning money but of course it might not be so
much. It never ceases to amaze me how people will walk around the cold streets
all evening trying to sell something which might cost only a few yuan, when
probably they’ve already been doing it all day too.
I met up with a friend last night and after visiting a