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... April and Louise for a quick dinner at the nearby noodle house. Coming back to the hotel room we finally – and for the first time – had time to truly unwind. The
assignments of the week were handed in, our group project was on track and the last scheduled commitment until the farewell banquet was behind us. We prepped up our beds, put the TV on Xing Guang Da Dao (a Chinese ...
... immense soft power of the US.
The centre piece of today’s lunch was an entire chicken in its own broth. The hot chicken soup was super tasty and just what I needed to boost my immune system. I was helping myself to a second portion and separated a piece of meat and bones from the bird. When I pulled out the ladle that piece of meat turned out to be the chicken’s foot. There it was, curled up into an awkward, scrawny ...
... up in the tea glass.
5. When buying tea from a tea farmer, make sure it’s packaged in front of you.
6. Keep tea dry, cool and dark and use it up before it gets too old.
7. Tea has a ton of healthy properties for the body.
8. Lower quality tea is not much better than dust.
9. High quality tea does not get bitter and has a light green colour.
It would have been an Olive Garden day... for sure... For those of you who have known me well in the past few of years, you know that if I have a horrible day, the kind of day where you want to disappear or run far far away, I always order take-out Olive Garden. My first year of teaching full-time in my OWN classroom was the worst. Within 2 months the take-out lady at the Olive Garden near my apartment knew my voice. All I had to do was call, and say “Hi Sam... It’s ...
... to the Dragon Well Tea Plantation. The rolling hillsides are covered with tea plants, trimmed to about 3 feet in height in neat rows. The rows are spaced just wide enough to walk. Brennan found a bamboo stick that they told him he could keep. He carried it with him the rest of the trip.
We had a lesson on growing, harvesting and brewing green tea as well as the medicinal values of the tea. The tea leaves are all picked by ...