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... most, this restaurant too is a family business. Father cooks, the son serves customers and mother cleans dishes. I think this kind of restaurant no longer can exist in the new areas of Holland, because Dutch cities construct the commercial buildings themselves, and sell them to real estate companies, who in turn rent them to the highest bidder. A restaurant owner in Haarlemmermeer will therefore never own his building. He will always have to ...
... br> Opening night of the show went, well... it happened, we got through it all in front of an audience and without a show stop! During the first show I had to diffuse a fist fight between local Chinese crew number 1 (Jet Li) and touring Chinese crew number 2 (Jackie Chan). This resulted in an instant (well, as instant as you get in China, so roughly 30 minutes of highly heated discussions) dismissal for Jet Li, just what you want on opening night of the most ...
... he started to munch on whilst continuing his angry tirade of abuse. As he stood there, shouting, wobbling and eating his strawberry ice-cream he then picked up a small bar stool. Perhaps he needed a seat as he quite clearly wasn't very good on his feet at this point? Nope. He launched the stool through bar window! He then proceeded to pick up 3 more bar stools and launched them into the bar smashing all the other windows - this is all whilst eating his strawberry Cornetto! Very odd. We ...
... br> Through trials and tribulations I extracted that ***** is actually "ni gong" but when said quickly it's a lot like yelling out a racial epithet. Ni gong means "you just..."... So dammit, hommie, I knew "You Just" said *****. Fortunately, we didn't have to bust a cap in their ass.
Today we headed to the Qi Yun Mountain archway in the Xinglong Natural protection mountain area. We strolled up a winding path between 50 scenic points ...
... likely to rain. I purchased walking poles in Dali for six dollars Australian each. Guide advised it would be a good idea as the climb is quite steep and slippery because of the wet weather. It took all morning to get to where we were having lunch - tiger leaping gorge town. We met our local guide "Sanshu" - one of Li Juan's uncles. He did not speak English but was wearing a navy blue suit, with a light blue shirt tied at the front ...