Travel Blogs from Tianjin
... br> getting used to the girls constantly in his face.
and Olivia LOVE their little brother. Olivia is over the moon with him
and can't get enough of buckling him into the stroller, helping change
his bum, feeding him, and loving him to bits. Oh and the best part, when
Jaden wants to fall asleep, he sucks his thumb the exact same way
Olivia does. She is tickled pink by this.
it is getting late and we have a ...
... back that way again about 10 minutes later, having eaten, I stopped and asked the guy "多少钱 / DuōShǎoQián" ('door sh'ou che-an?') - "How much?". “五百 / WǔBǎi” (‘Woo buy’) he replied, Y500, about $NZ100 each.
Nope, not for ...
... clocking-in machine starts with a Windows sound. Yus!
So I go upstairs & get the Ayi and get her to come down & show her what I’ve done in case they have the same problem again.
I think she said she had been here since 7 and couldn't clock in then.
Right, to work.
Oh, no, I have a FT (foreign trainers) meeting at 10. I’d better get into action quickly!
And I ...
... the first 9 holes and had a couple of bar-b-que (BBQ) spikes (nice), a drink of tea or juice (free) and a beer. I suspect we had a beer only because G asked me if I wanted one and, thinking he did, I said OK. Ah well.
After a few more holes G asked if I wanted some watermelon at next stop. There was a little café manned by two staff where G & I ate some watermelon until there were two left. (I had asked, in Chinese, if the watermelon ...
... last as long as fruit does that you buy from Walmart or Kroger at home. Bananas in particular go bad in a couple of days so I avoid buying them here because I know I won't be able to eat them all in time. This evening we went to go eat HotPot with the group. This HotPot was a do it yourself type thing so you selected your meats and vegetable and broth and you cooked it all on your own at a little cooking station. This was like hot pot fast ...