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... to prove something that is not. I may be in the wrong for saying this, but after a day here, I cannot wait until I leave again.
Getting back to China, this past year was the best I’ve had. I met some of the most amazing people yet, and experienced some things no book, TV show can emulate. I’m happy to have taken this risk and recommend to anyone who is thinking about going on an adventure, to give China a ...
... ones in China, and not left the gas on.
The following posts will describe our exploits, with as few photographs of food as possible. With only a rough idea of where we want to see, and a will to make up much of it as we go along, we’re not sure exactly what to expect, except to expect the unexpected, roll with the punches, fly by the seats of our pants, and probably as many other clichéd lines as you can shake a….ahhh you get the idea.
... things, and returned back to the BBQ place for a long awaited dinner.
Exhausted from a long day out, we sat comfortable on our seats and ate the delicious BBQ food brought before us. That night we ate noodles, porridge, shrimp, clams, chicken wings, ribs, eggplant, and fish. All were spot on and cooked perfectly. Even with a full belly, I managed to still put more in my mouth. Many thanks goes out to Jane and her family for showing a great time in Shunde.
... full and expectations met as we all wind down from the excitement.
The following day, on Saturday, I and all the foreign teachers were invited to a BBQ party hosted by one of my Chinese friend. There, on the 23rd floor of my friend’s apartment, we entered to our host’s estate and we came into a traditional Chinese decorated house. There were dark wood chairs and beautifully decorated tables, custom made crowning against ...
... the story behind it but it was something to do with a woman escaping from the emperor. The park was buzzing with people playing the Chinese gambling game, sitting playing instruments, or sat on cushions around makeshift tables drinking tea. I sat by the lake for a while and watched loads of kingfishers flying back and forth.
I also went to see the two dragon kilns nearby - apparently the fire in them hasn't gone out since they were built, I'm a bit sceptical ...