Jing'an Peony Plaza
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Annie: I was actually going to write a completely different blog post about the trials and tribulations of travelling. It has been a very long and difficult journey so far. I have had two very serious bouts of food poisoning which both saw me in bed for 3 days at a time, I got scalded by boiling water on the Trans-Mongolian, we experienced some of the most stressful border crossings between Russian - Mongolia and then Mongolia - China which felt like ...
... meat gelatin soup that has been cooled down and cut into cubes. I felt my stomach twist and tighten, because the last time I ate chicken feet I was on a train with a group of old Chinese people, and bai jiu (rice liquor). They made an indelible impression. Thankfully, Chris intervened and told them I don't like chicken feet before I was forced to suck it up and chew on a chicken foot for the sake of politeness.
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... The place was really amazing all lit up as it is amazing when it is not. We trudged up and down the hundreds of steps looking at the grottoes. I did pike on one lot and just sent Jenny up. We waited at the end for Todd as he was coming from work. He was trying to get to see the lights without paying but decided to pay eventually. You can see some of the lights from the bridge for nothing but it is no where near as good as you do not see the ...
... Ruth stayed at).
I decided I may as well get my hair done there as I didn't know where the others had moved to. It was rather a large salon and very busy. There were lots of leprechaun people running about. They were all occupied and got even busier while we were there.It looked clean and tidy, although they were mopping the floor when we got there. I wonder what happens when all the hairs land on the wet floor. Danielle was the chief ...
... walked to the baker shop to order a cake to take to the party. It was difficult to choose one as we didn't know whether he liked chocolate or cream. There are so many" beautiful" cakes to choose from. They all have lashings of fake cream and very little cake. We chose a square one as I said that it would be easier to cut. It turned out the Chinese friends still cut the cake into wedges even though it is a square cake. It actually made it more difficult for them.
We were meeting ...