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... him about the umbrellas that I had seen that morning. (How glad was I that I met someone who was fluent in both English and Chinese!) Angus told me that they are matchmaking umbrellas! The old people behind them are parents looking for spouses on behalf of their children! We then walked back to that area, and Angus translated some of them for me. They go by this kind of structure:
... that sight for a bit we started back to the hotel and stopped along the way to pick up some things for a mini after party that we decided to have back in the room. We grabbed all we could find there which was an inexpensive Chinese rice wine, some Oreo's and some potato cakes from the Netherlands (basically a better version of Crispers). We made our way back to the hotel and started munching. We called it a night around 3:00am.
... seemed to know each other. Before we got on the boat though I started to realize that my blonde hair was even rarer in China because people weren't even being inconspicuous about taking my picture and rather then turning around when I looked at them they actually just took more pictures of me. At first I thought it was kind of creepy but I won't lie I kind of felt like a celebrity after awhile so I didn't hate it( see I'm totally ready for Spielberg ...
... to us, has a good reputation and an excellent location so we’re happy with that. We had also e-mailed the CITS office asking them about their Terracotta Warriors tour as that was also recommended to us. They e-mailed us back today with completely different information to what we’d asked them for. They offered us a one day private tour for US$157 for one person! We’ll figure out something cheaper sure when we get to Xian.
... and indicating to her empty front seat as we were both in the back. Puzzled at first we realized she was suggesting she poll the bus line up and see if there was anyone else who was going towards Mudu… which of course there wasn’t, which was really fine by us and she headed off. In fairly short order familiar landmarks came into view, John was right we were off to Suzhou's NW, and we began to relax. She didn’t know Mudu but we knew the word for ...