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... our minds. Walking to Daddy Edgell's we moved away from the high end fashion district of Xintiandi and south into the leafy streets. This is where I found the fish heads, mushed and jellified on a well used chopping board, looking like it hasn't been cleaned for a while. Now in the Luwan area we passed under the elevated ring road and found number 289 Chongqing Road flat 38. At the end of a tiny lane, which was a typical Chinese scene of drying laundry hanging on the wires over ...
... other. The flight and service was comparable to the other major airlines, I would fly with them again.Just have to get use to hearing Chinese first.
Check out that title, we have only been on the ground for several hours and I am already quoting Chinese proverbs. Can you decipher the proverb.
... well to this site I will definitely get you a picture, but in any case I tried it when I got home. Okay. Interesting enough. I didn't finish the thing, it wasn't awful, but gosh was it not the combination of flavors that I am accustomed to. It was sweet on the inside and the pork on top was like that fake spiderwebbing consistency... Okay. I tried it, no harm done except for a bit of food waste.
I'll put KaiXin's birthday in another post I think.
... got all the gadgets back out. I always feel funny about reclining my seat too much because it can be quite claustrophobic but Ben actually had to take the seat behind me so I asked him before I put it back just a little bit. He's at the back so he's not got to worry about getting the person behind him miffed off. Then when we landed the staff told us to remain seated until the seatbelt sign was off... as soon as the plan come to a halt they all jumped out of their chairs and scrambled ...
... one another too. Catherine wasn't desperate so she decided she hold it for now!
Yu Garden was originally built during the Ming Dynasty in the 1500s, but has been modified, added to, damaged and altered in the years since then due to different owners, changing styles and war. The garden was last restored by the Shanghai government 1956 - 1961, and is now considered a national monument. The garden is pleasant enough, an example of a traditional Chinese garden, but not what we ...