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... which we dipped our baguette in. The real one is supposed to have feta, green onions, and Greek spices in it, but we made do with salt and pepper. We were tired and this filled us up, so we didn't make the pasta like we originally had planned. We watched a little TV, some funny game shows that are similar to Wipe out, and "the office" which is literally nothing like my favorite TV show back in the states. It has English subtitles so I can unfortunately ...
... br> Back in my room Shu-Hwa, as the Chinese speaker called the 2 schools, Ya’nan in Shanghai and Xue Jun in Hangzhou to arrange times for us to meet with the Principals and exchange coordinators. Then we had to get some business cards for me. Shu-Hwa was horrified that I had forgotten to bring them ( in my other handbag that I don’t take when travelling) as it is unthinkable to do any kind of meeting, personal or business, ...
... and other historic attractions.
We have tried to eat some of the local foods sold on the
streets but have found it hard as you never are quite sure what you are eating?
We found a street market filled with amazing smells, colors and a great
atmosphere of locals, rob decided he would try his hand at noodles and survived
;0) myself I had dumpling from the old town. Dumpling from the outside all look
great but ...
... this was a surprising thought. Where is the catch? We decide to travel inland to see more of China and look for them.
Well, as we were to discover later there are plenty of them (catches). For example :
..(censored)...as this is a travel blog not a political one I may or may not write about it on another occasion :)
We arrived to Tunxi (Huang Shan City) in Anhui province late at night after 5 hours of a bus ride. A place that we expected to be a ...
... alarmist, I guess I would say, but it's hard to blame them after hearing a little bit about what they face on a daily basis. One particularly awkward moment was when we started talking about US & China intelligence monitoring public places, phones, etc. while in China and one of the men asked our Chinese assistant to leave the room ... oops.
After this meeting, we got on our bus and took a quick tour of the city. It rained all day today, so the tour was a little less ...