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... beef skewer, 1 lamb, 2 chickens, and a pork. Later on I tried 2 skewers of chicken heart as it came highly recommended. SOOOO delicious. Andy also shared his eggplant with us. They put an entire eggplant (which I usually don’t really care for) on the open grill (with a fan blowing the smoke out away from the chef) and then cut it open and add probably 4-5 cloves of minced garlic on it. I have smelled a LOT of garlic throughout my life. ESPECIALLY growing up in my ...
... had visited in Shanghai that we should maybe see. He was on a 3 week trip before coming back out here to study! He was very interested in what we were doing and our plans and described what we was doing as "University of Life"! It was nice to talk to someone from England as everyone we have met and talked to have been either European or American.
After the temple we was going to jump on the subway for 2 stops, but 2 stops surely was only around 1km. We decided to walk it! ...
... the park I decided that he was probably right and gave in BUT later on I found out I was actually right. As we were walking Jord figured out that he was wrong and that People's park was actually a beautiful huge park with a lake and everything, and not just a bunch of stores in a square so thankfully we found the right park and it was awesome. It's amazing when you find these parks in the big cities because it gives you a moment of tranquility in places where there is never ...
... and making weird eyebrow movements, he sorted my wee bicycle out with an unprecedented flair, and then, he even gave it a brush down after he'd finished! (Luckily he didn't scrub too hard, because it's pretty much made entirely of rust these days, and probably could crumble away if too much pressure was applied!)
At 8.30 I had a job interview with Sheffield's Student Union to be a Give It A Go ...
There was no way I was paying A$30 to take a lift to the top of a TV tower. Perhaps they should consider this activity at the top of MT Cooth-Tha in Brisbane where our local TV stations are situated. Such attractions are popular throughout Asia and we haven't even thought of them. Kulala Lumpur's Telecom tower offers a similar service for a similar price. I'm always stunned at the Chinese willingness to fork out inordinate sums for relatively mundane activities. ...