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... single one of the bars was packed to lines outside. The sight was unforgettable, as people from all over took part in celebrating a night of fun and mischief.
This week, our school is holding a week long tournament of board games, starting with Chinese Chess. Students of all classes compete as they try their skill to be the best. I thought it worth a mention.
Making it to Class
I had class Sunday evening on the day of my return from ...
... the windows. And lots of fantastic little hole in the wall restaurants. Not to mention the shopping - not that we did much with our restricted luggage! But we did visit the best supermarket ever - City Super with Jamon Iberico De Bellata Spanish ham in a beautifully crafted wooden violin box for only ...
... people, this majestic bronze Buddha draws pilgrims from all over Asia (and tourists from all overt he world).
After a quick snack at a traditional vegetation cafe serving many dishes including some that actually look like meats in sauces (I passed) it was back down the cable car to shop at the factory outlets (pity I had so much travelling to go otherwise I would have shopped up big....authentic Nike frees for $40). For lunch we had the best sushi I ...
So here we are in Hong Kong, morning planned. First the cruise terminal, imagine every duty free airport you have ever been in, the cruise terminal is all of them put together, rolled into one it's huge. So many designer shops, how do they all survive? Hop on the star ferry to Hong Kong Island, off to Stanley Market. Ferry ride ok, no problem and it costs pence. Off at the other side, now for the bus, this wasn't so ...
... pretty difficult. I'm excited to get this new life started, even if that means starting over. I've been keeping in touch with my friends from Chongqing, and will continue to do so, as that will always be my first home in China, and I truly miss the city, as well as my fellow Chongqing-ers.
Though I won't be updating quite as much this year since things are a little more familiar, I've decided that I will continue the blog, contrary to what I thought a week ago. Stay tuned.