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... of beautiful paintbrushes, hand painted chopsticks, gorgeous jewellery and fabulous paintings on offer. I manage to pick up a few light souvenirs! Much to Eoin's dismay, the day continues in this vein, so he departs as we continue our retail therapy in the heart of the city.
E: Tonight most of us have paid to attend a Chinese opera. 'Claire' has arranged it; there are two ticket choices, and I, possessing binoculars (or, as I call them today, ...
... lie dơn. The other thing that is handy about Chinese trains is they have hot water available so you can take noodles to eat or in our case rolled oats.
So Chengdu ưas the place to stop and see some pandas. We stayed at a really cool hostel (probably the best we've stayed at yet), the people were so friendly and they had everything we needed. The first day we were there we decided to go to the train station and buy ...
... up between us” he said, picking up the bowl and starting to tip it onto the plate, encouraging the noodles with his chopsticks. I knew it would fail horribly!
The noodles moved like ‘The Blob’, however, Dan was no Steve McQueen, “Oh god, help me” he shrieked at the whole mass flopped squarely onto the plate, spilling over the sides and onto the table. “Jesus Christ” he said, putting the bowl down ...
... orange. I ate them and was surprised by how different they taste, as they don't taste as sweet but instead have more of a neutral flavor; they also don't seem as acidic. They were both pretty good, but I didn't like how bland the orange was. After work, I came home and waited for Nicole to stop by, and although she got a little lost, she eventually made it over. We had some dinner, walked around the music park, and then found a tea house. I have been in China for ...
... A few guys seems to loose it on the flip trick and when unable to right themselves the members of the crowd would jump out in front of these galloping horse to bring them to bay to stop the horses from trampling and killing the now ex-riders. Most of the horse seemed half wild and as crazy as the riders doing the tricks. Only a few actually seemed to like being ridden. The breed them tough out in these parts. Thankfully no one seemed to get badly hurt - this ...