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... a full meal on Air China. We did not take the last meal but heard rumblings of the questionable food. Today, I was full but Kamie was hungry so I took my meal thinking he might want his and mine. It was "beef rice" meal - some steamed rice, some grainy/cat-looking brown meat with noodles & carrots, a roll, 3 large cherry tomatoes, a small dish of noodles & carrots (maybe pasta or souplike?), a packet of wasabi peanuts (yucko), and ...
... No souvenirs were sold here but rather a variety of snacks and food. There were banana leaf wrapped treats, rice, potatoes, corn, and beans. We did not sample the food but were impressed with the scenery, the simplicity of the market, and wondered what the villages looked like. I caught sight of steps carved into the mountain behind one of the stalls. I wondered too how tourists like us were influencing this "simple "life in the gorges. I expect that soon this market ...
... to find somewhere to eat before we returned to our own hell hole! We spent the remainder of the afternoon and evening watching the Goonies followed by Legally Blonde. Look away if you're squeamish! The photo's aren't nice. Forgot to add, the first thing I did was check the life jackets (that's how bad it was), and we had four. However, our neighbour's life jackets were locked away!!! No lifeboats!!!!!!!!!! The trip was definitely ...
... others before themselves, and I've come to learn that it is far better a country than I thought prior to coming to Asia. It is far better a country than Asians' opinions, and is far better a country than domestic or foreign media will tell you. We tend to find everything wrong with the U.S. due to it being the "world leader" of sorts. I feel it's similar to teens blaming their parents for all the problems in their lives. The U.S. has great influence on the world, just like a parent ...
... families came (and still come) from all over the globe--therefore we're German, French, Danish, Irish, Mexican, African, whatever. That led to the question of--"So you can speak German?" It was certainly a difficult thing to explain in Chinese, but in the end, he understood. The middle school kids are another new development, though they can pronounce "John", so they switch names whenever they want. However, they only know a few English phrases so our relationships ...