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... too big to jump so you just walk through – soaking feet. The last annoyance are the crazy Chinese drivers, especially the taxi drivers, who never slow down and in the rainy conditions, that means a spray or a wall of water as they plow through the water welled up against the curbs – wet everything.
Both of us needed a haircut this week. Tim has been trying to find the cheapest place for a cut. Many of the places give you a long hair wash and massage, ...
... off a fake as the real deal. While China has consumer protection laws somewhat similar to home, like most everything else here it's either not enforced or corrupt. To get the real deal a lot of Chinese venture further abroad to Singapore just to be sure.
A tad of advice should you seek some retail therapy here: rule number one of shopping in China- buyer beware, rule number two- you get what you pay for!
... a stream of Chinese people walking with their shopping carts – that was unusual at 6;30 on a Sunday morning so I turned and followed the trail and ended up at a huge green market. I’d say it was like a middleman market where the big bins of produce arrived from the countryside and vendors from the wet markets were buying, as well as individuals. So there were carts, bikes, mini wagons and trucks all trying to work their way down the market. I ...
... to our Indian dinner on the 5th
floor, the Saturday after, which was the first of November, we went again for
an Indian dinner, this time to a local restaurant. It was an open buffet and
the food was delicious. Most especially the butter chicken and this vegetarian fried
mimosa (I think). Either way, the food was well worth the 88 RMB price tag.
Played another football match with the foreigners. We won
... had taken The Very Hungry Caterpillar as the book to read. It was very popular with all the age groups - one 13 year old boy read it aloud to me with great expression, and he thought it was quite funny!
The lunch was more like a banquet - at one stage we had the plates of food tiered 3 high to try and fit them all on the table! There were 2 quite chatty teenagers at my table, and a younger girl who was a little shy, but kept smiling at me. Very cute! We had some ...