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... potty training pants that Bree loved so much. When our people watching finally came to an end and we had explored pretty much every one of the little alleyways that the village had to offer, we headed back to the car and retired to the hotel for the evening.
Truthfully there was only one reason that the city of Chengdu made its way onto our Grand Tour of China Itinerary, and that next morning we were finally going to make a dream come true (especially for ...
... a lovely dinner and had a good chat about what we had both being doing in China, Tan and Liwa, kindly wrote down a few phrases and words to help us get by, simple things like; is this chicken, beef,fish etc, a double room please, airport please and how much; it's so strange how we now appreciate that through Europe and most other countries when you hold out your hand and pretend to scribble on it, it means you want the Bill? Here we get given chop sticks, a ...
... honor them of these special entities. Hundreds and hundreds of tourists arrived in buses and many more took the boat rides to the base of the Buddha to take pictures and admire such a feat of mankind. I don't have a lot of history on this statue yet but maybe I can fill that in later. Riley listed on his blog what city the BB is in. It was approximately a 1 1/2 hour bus ride from Chengdu. Most of the signs were not ...
... I was standing outside, contemplating what to do, when an American student came up to me, accompanied by another girl. She said her name was Michelle, and she was wondering where she had to go to get her student visa changed from 30 days to a year. Since I’m only here for 180 days I didn’t have to go to the Public Security Bureau, so I didn’t know where it was. I decided to try calling Kandice to find out. To my surprise she said that she was ...
... sure to ask for “wei la” quite hot. The idea is similar to fondue, you have a bubbling pot of stock with all sorts of spices and things in it. Then you have dishes of vegetables and very thinly sliced meat which you throw in as you like and fish out again after the appropriate length of time. Once you’ve caught your morsel with your chopsticks you plunge it into a side bowl of sesame oil, garlic, vinegar, oyster sauce and coriander. We all agreed that it was tasty but ...