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... wouldn't mind but they take a photo in front of a cut out- not in the actual thing!! Secondly, the carts can hold six people but some of them only had 1-3 people in them; we can't complain too much though cus we had our own- besides; we waited so it's only right ;-) The views from the cart were amazing! Going up we could see all the park that we'd left behind (and the steps that Paul threatened to return on!!) and going down, we could see the next part of the ...
... for the week. We lounged by the pool and had a delicious fresh salad with grilled chicken and a pint of Carlesburg. I must have taken about 10 dips in the salt water pool to cool off during the afternoon, being sure not to expose my bald noggin for too long. Back in the changeroom, I attempted to take a photo of a sign which was posted across from the showers but I was quickly whisked away by the attendant. There is a no cell phone policy at the club, but they seemed to ignore ...
... be better, which is certainly true--it can be. Some aspects of China are even better than the U.S., for sure. However, as opposed to leaving the country because of its faults, I feel compelled to return in a naive effort to cure it.
Complaining does nothing. Many of us fortunate enough to leave the U.S. and learn from other countries come back to continue the trend; we complain about how X country did something better than the U.S., then go to our jobs and ...
Restful morning this morning- breakfast, a quick walk to the welcome supermarket across the road to stock up on some snacks and on the bus at 10.30. Everyone enjoyed slowing slowing down after some hectic days. Arrived at the Good Hope Girls School for a program of workshops, including combined workshops for the choirs, wind symph and strings. The day consisted of a schedule of workshops including massed groups, welcomes and a concert ...
... were... then we found them. (see photo). Turns out, Nate had seen some kind of lizard, cut open, skewered, dried and left with all of its appendiges. We are still not entirely sure HOW you eat these delicacies. As garnish? Like potato chips? The jury is still out...
Dinner was, after walking the streets, uneventful. Nate had a nice eel dish, and I had pasta and asparagus. For some reason, I was not feeling ...