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... market". I will post a video of the fish heads. Look carefully because they pride themselves on keeping the fish "alive". Yes, the gills are moving. Lots of produce and spices, noodles and duck and pigs feet. Absolutely eye opening. Two hours passed very quickly. Back to the flat to pick up my gear, waiting patiently for my 5:20 match. We sat by the pool at the Football club and cooled off with a swim. I was being very careful to stay in the shade. After a light warmup ...
... t really had the opportunity until HK. The market is small and very busy, with loads of small shops selling all manner of tech kit. We get the tablet for a decent price, then head back out to the Temple St. night market one final time, to get the last few bits and pieces we’ve seen but left until now, then we head back to our hotel – setting up the new tablet is going to take a few hours and we’ve got an excellent wifi connection here!
At 6 am, we meet at our school AISHK to take the bus to Shenzhen Airport.
When we got there,
we took a flight to Shenzhen- Guilin then another bus ride to get us to our final destination .
Upon our arrival in the hotel late afternoon, we had our activity briefing and weekly schedule meeting.
I have never been to China before in any type of transport .
On the way to Yangshou,we drove ...
... and wandered, during a heavy downpour, through the thousands of birds in the sanctuary. The whole space was light, airy, and well-designed for the happiness of its feathered inhabitants. We saw birds from all over southeast Asia, and had a little (soggy) pamphlet about each bird's habitat preferences, food tastes and plumage choices. All the birds, except the Bali myna birds, were fluffed to within an inch of their lives to keep ...
This morning we farewelled the last of our Intrepid group and our tour guide Peter. It was sad to say goodbye to Peter as he had been so wonderful and looked after us so well for the last 2 weeks. He certainly kept us busy but made every day a breeze to travel. He got our tickets, lead our way, ordered our meals, did our bartering, taught us Mandarin, fed us at his cooking school and introduced us to his family. He was a lovely man and a great Ambassador for his country. ...