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... Pearl TV and radio tower. In the evening we went to the Bund, on the opposite side of the Huangpu, which was Shanghai's banking and merchant district in the early 1900s. The two areas are right across the river from each other, which creates a really interesting cityscape. Hope you enjoy the photos and videos! More ...
... without getting sick, and after eating scorpions, bullfrog, pig feet and fish brain, the last thing I expected to get me sick was chocolate mousse...guess it just goes to show how little control you have over these things in foreign countries.
In addition to having Tomas from Scioko come in after our sausage eating excursion, we also had Jay Hoenig, CEO of Hill & Associates as well as past president of Amcham come in to speak with us. Jay has ...
... well at never missing. Either Oatmeal with berries, walnuts and honey, or open faced peanut butter, honey walnut and banana sandwiches. Why the change and eating breakfast ? Well there is a canteen at my office in Wai Gai Qaio and they do provide lunch. It tastes good but I have not gotten used to it. There is always fish, so the smell is not appealing. So I bulk up on breakfast until I become accustom to the smell. I also keep granola bars in my desk. ...
... our amazement, the rice is white again. At this point, the sell comes as she explains the different harvests of teas and that if we buy now, we’ll get the spring harvest, which is not exported. We’re sold and so are several of our traveling pals. We buy a large bag of tea and a bottle of the caplets. Others buy various sized tins and some buy the large bag of tea, too. All in all, the tea farm did OK by us. However, some in our ...
... had an informational booklet about whiskey and a proper whiskey glass. The booklet also had 3 pages in the back with a map of all the countries that produced whiskey who were present at the tasting. Each stand would give a stamp in the booklet for visiting, and if you got a stamp from each region, you would get a free gift. The free gift was a free pint of whiskey from one of the companies at the tasting.
When we first entered the tasting, there was a small board room ...
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