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... Not a deal breaker, fortunately. But heaven forbid you have a kidney stone!!
I came out of the exam room and spotted Bill across the hall. He gave me the knife across the neck sign…WTF! Kidney stone!! Done for him!! They wouldn’t even let him finish any other exams. Absolutely crazy. Any western doctor would say, “Is it bothering you? No, then leave it alone…” Not here…TIC (This is China!). Fortunately he just has to go home and get ...
... EVERY DAY around 18:00 - 19:00. Ticket prices are around 300 - 400 RMB for 1st class in 2 bed compartments.
I recommend to take 1st class one if possible. Not that it makes a lot of a difference but when you get on the boat you will start to remember the Titanic movie and then it might make you feel better knowing you are one of the upper deck guests.... we only could get a 2nd class 4bed ...
... bill would have been at least $280.
We quizzed Yuan about prisons in China. In the U.S. our
recidivism is well over 50%. Yuan laughed and said very few come back. He said
many of the crimes involved violence and the prisoners don’t want to come back
so the number is very low. He said at his prison the emphasis is on training
them in some kind of a trade. They work in factories, while in prison.
When we got back from lunch we headed ...
... a little, talked and sang songs. I know where Connor gets his singing from, his father. Harry sang 'Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?' in Chinese. It was great! We all clapped for him. Then Connor sang 'Are You Sleeping?' in Chinese and Gene and I just had to sing it in English while Connor sang along with us in Chinese. Then Connor sang a rendition of the 'ABC's' and 'Happy Birthday' in English. The Chinese sing 'Happy Birthday' on birthdays just like the Americans. Gene ...
... The ocean was roaring in the background and fireworks were shot off. It was quit an evening. Thanks Belinda and Harry.
The streets are filled with people, mostly eating. The cuisine is a lot different here than in Liuzhou. It is not as spicy. The island gets by on growing food and tourism. There were big trucks lined up for blocks waiting to fill up with fruits and vegetables that will be shipped to the northern part of mainland China.