New Space-Time Yi Jia Hotel
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... call the number, speak to the parents of the man, and arrange a blind date!
When Angus and I went to have a look at the umbrellas this time, there were lots more people around. They even have a "foreign section" where either the son or daughter is living overseas and is looking for a Chinese spouse, or the Chinese person would like a foreign spouse. Angus ...
... It is always good to be back in China.
Shanghai has changed so much since our first visit some ten years ago. As we wove through the airport precincts, I mused that you could be in any city in the world. Flash fast cars, super highways, illuminated billboard advertisements for designer goods and clothes and vast bright lights however belied an underbelly of urban Chinese living. And every now and then the truth ...
... spent a whole day going through. There are tons of cool shops with really cool food and awesome stuff that people from all over come to look through. I was a very lucky girl today though because we found a wholesale pearl store and Jord bought me a beautiful necklace which I'm thrilled about. It was really cool because you could see them actually collecting the pearls from the oysters and they talked about how hard it is to actually find enough pearls that look ...
... Pot...oh I can only imagine. I better get the tide stick out! My afternoon consisted of a workout (without an audience), multiple hours on Face Time with friends and family and a nap (weird). I initially laid down for a "quick nap" which turned into me watching sum wrestling (which i demonstrated in the elevator for a couple people) and finally fell asleep to the lull of honking horns. It seemed like I would just doze off and then there was the doorbell ringing. First the ...
... for each type of tea plus A$6 for the rental of the room itself which I was assured was un-timed.
"How many types of tea do you usually taste?" I ventured, knowing I probably wouldn't like the response.
"About six." he answered. The hill tribe lady seemed short on English despite the situation. Maybe this adds to the authenticity and I wondered how this self proclaimed first-timer knew the protocols of such an event.
"No thank you." It was now or never. ...