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... to wear your jammies around all day?
-again "so fashion" in China! the long johns and all can be spotted any time of day out on a sporting walk or a trip to the supermarket.
20. trying desperately to get that no-carb diet going despite the delicious bakery at every corner?
-no worries! with no ovens your guaranteed another involuntary carb detox!
21. can't get enough of games like DDR and rock band?
-NO BETTER place for you ...
... people there, they speak a kind of Turkic language (Wikipedia haha), as well as Mandarin, and I hear they're all strictly Muslims!
People warned me it’s dangerous there as some of the Uyghur people aren’t too fond of the Chinese Han population in the city (political stuff), although it’s not as bad as Tibet!! Foreigners there are ok I guess and it sounded like an interesting opportunity, so I said I would go. ...
... it a night. Shaoyang’s nightlife is not too great, but we ended up at the river drinking a couple of beers in a random, quiet bar. There was bit of a connection between Jocelyn and I that night, and what I didn’t know at the time, that there was also something going on between Manu and Libby – although theirs was being resurrected from when they first met in Yangshuo on holiday a couple of months ago… for Jocelyn and I, it was just getting started. ...
... and auspicious town on a canal. We checked into our hostels (at 25 kuai a night, or $4) and set out to explore the town. We walked along the canal and watched sanpan boats giving tours to Chinese tourists. We were the only Westerners we saw in the whole city, but it was definitely set up as a tourist destination. We did some souvenir shopping, trying some of the local "specialty food" that one of Susan's fellow teachers recommended. The town was ...
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