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Last night Trevor, Philip and I decided to go local for dinner, and found a little restaurant. We took along a bottle of red, that had been given as a gift to Trevor that we didn't want to bring back to Australia.
Being in the Sichuan province, we decided on stir-fry dishes would be safest. Well every dish had Chilli's in it - even the rice, even the tea!!! Man it was hot.
The flavours were delicious, but there were ...
... Asia without visiting Vietnam.
We're tired of touring anyway and ready for some beach and vacation time. The plan is to hit Singapore for a few days to rinse off the remnants of China before finding a piece of tropical paradise to settle into for a couple of months. Here is looking at you Indonesia!
Yesterday, with Indiras' stomach still not back to ...
... and I would walk away calling him to look at something else. After that, it didn't take much effort for the price to drop drastically. My tummy was in not so good shape from the spicy beef- I was now afflicted by the ring of fire. I had to pay 5 baht to use the restroom and they handed me toilet paper, I handled my business like a champ over the squatter and prayed that would be the end of it. We did not have Imodium on us. An hour later the cramping hit again. ...
... really think to take out money. Unfortunately in all of the villages there was not one ATM so we had to resort to exchanging some US dollars. So although it was Pat's birthday, we couldn't really celebrate as we only had enough to get by. We did however set aside enough to rent bikes to tackle the 40+km ride around the lake. It was definitely a leg burner, but the scenery made up for the pain!
We could have stayed a bit longer but we wanted to ...
... a few hours rest on April 11 we exchanged US dollars for Chinese yuan at a bank nearby. They call the yuan "RNB" and the exchange rate right now is about $1.00 US dollar for 6.5 Chinese RNB. So dinner out is about 30 RNB = roughly $4.00-$5.00. Then we started an almost full-time schedule with and AM clinics for 3 weeks and classes 3 times a week for 3 weeks. And we had 3 fields trips that I will talk more about later.