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... I should also note that because this is China, many things that would not fly in the US, were more than ok here. Such as, feeding the animals, holding the animals, letting the animals roam the park, and of course the small to no barriers between some of the animals and viewers. Many of the things would have surely upset PETA, but in a place like Chimelong, they could care less.
I should retrace my steps here by saying, that although the zoo allowed ...
... more little shops.. more bargains for whoever.. not us though..we did not book that shipping container this time.. only so much our cases will hold.. and we have to lug it around Europe for 3 weeks.. good thing we have a return stop over .. lots of "must buy later" items noted.. even locations for said items listed!
The next maze ahead is for " footwear" ... so may thousands & thousands of styles, sizes , colours out there.. the footpaths are ...
... 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
... Young people crowd the malls and stores. We escape to the banks of the Pearl River, the third largest river in China... over 2000kms long.There are ten bridges decorated by colorful shining neon lights, like fantastic rainbows spanning the river. We cruise for one hour in the spectacle.. . On both banks, the nightlife of the city awakens. It becomes gorgeous with a blaze of lights. The water in the river reflects the ...
... even a "best of" airplane food? It all looks indistinguishable to me. ) And then got on my first flight to Guangzhou, China. I arrived there 14 hours later, with a 2 hour layover in the airport, just enough time for a few cigerettes in the "smoking room" ( more like a crammed and stinky smoking box, but hey, I can't really complain. ) and a few drinks and dim sum. Next plane ride, 7 hours to ...