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... gets thrown into boxes labeled stock sale and the frenzy starts. Imagine an outlet sale on a slightly grander scale except everything is negotiable here, no set prices. And do the Chinese love a bargain.
I make the mistake of walking through the food section and come across a variety of candy makers. Massive bags of pop rocks, any type of lolly you can imagine, hard and soft candies all shapes, sizes ...
... the week we had been planning for this and that
and debating what costumes to wear with the problem being no places to buy any.
I was content with being a bee left from last year. That was until on Thursday
I and some of the boys decided to make good use of our spare time and dick
around in the mall next door. We headed first McDonalds, then to the arcade,
and it was only per chance we went to a department store where, surprisingly,
they had ...
... and the Dad of one of them was joining in as well - I even got an invitation to their home, but am not allowed under my contract. A pity, as they were really nice...
Autumn is now in full swing - trees leaves are changing colour, and we get several days/nights in a row where the temp drops to low-mid 20's, then it goes back up to high 20's-early 30's. the intense heat has gone, as has most of the humidity, so its rather nice. Long may it continue!
... the gang of foreign teachers would go to a mall close by and just walk around to both kill time and stretch the legs. But one of my favorite places to go would be this message chair store where you can get a free 15 minute free trial in a chair that would be fit for a NASA spacecraft. Needless to say, me, and some of the boys have made the trip quite often and can now fully operate the chair using a remote written only in Chinese. Well, it just so happened, that we pushed our luck ...
... by a sorcerer that it was the omen of a new emperor. To subdue this omen, Zhu Liangzu ordered this tower to be built in 1380. Over the past 600 years, the tower has been destroyed five times and set up five times. Now it is the Guangzhou Museum, housing relics and documents showing Guangzhou's history over 2, 000 years. Known as the first tower in Lingnan (South of Nanling Mountain) Area, Zhenhai Tower now is 28 meters (91.9 feet) high and 16 meters (52.5 feet) ...