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... it should arrive. Plus, the table next to me already had a huge bowl of it. Nope, "mayo", no tofu.
"Noodles?" she said.
"Fine noodles." Out she comes with some ****** ramen that was stir fried with some spam or something. Ugh.
"Twenty Eight for that?" My god. Just pay it whatever.
There was quite a walk in between Li garden and Zili village. I thought the pathway ...
... Italian Style Town. It was a lovely warm evening and we sat out in a German bar chatting and drinking beer! Bruce and Bill left about 8pm and Will and I went to La Venezia, an Italian restaurant. We had gorgeous bruschetta and a fabulous pizza. Another lovely ...
... all written in Chinese. The hotel was very close. Good.
The next day I went to see the Diaolou. They were mostly build by successful overseas Chinese and incorporate architecture from China and the West. More basic diaolou were build in concrete with main propose to protect the villager form bandits. Here is a link to read more about it http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaiping_Di aolou
There is 3 major diaolou clusters around Chikan. I went to all of them. ...
After our orphanage visit, Mr. Guan and his wife very kindly invited us to one of his favorite restaurants for lunch. It was a good drive from the SWI, and more on the outskirts of Jiangmen. This was by far our best meal in China, although we have had many. The restaurant was new, and pretty full with people celebrating New Year's with their families. Again, we had ...
... It felt oddly out of place in an orphanage, and it made Lili feel very nervous. Her caregiver, Mei Ayi, kept smiling at Lili and saying "Lili" then some things in Chinese. We asked some basic questions about the food, and Mr. Wu said that mainly, they give the kids rice, and that the government funding had improved greatly since Lili was there (so more food for the children, I surmised). More about the orphanage visit tomorrow. We are exhausted after a very full day. Ok, back ...