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... glass of beer one of the men would pour us another, grin and then shout "Cheers!" At this point everyone on the table would drink their beer and laugh at each other. We sat there for an enjoyable 3 hours doing only this, and whilst we could barely speak to each other in Chinese or English, the much more universal language of drinking beer provided us all with a good time! And as we were leaving they wouldn't let us pay a penny (or a Yen) towards the bill. Chengdu had given us ...
... little shops were neat and some of them sold all sort of food items...some of which I had no clue what it was. The smells were interesting. You could smell tofu (which was kinda gross), and all sorts of different spices. The people seemed nice, but almost no one spoke English. The understand money though, so it's easy to make a purchase or even barter with them. I don't really barter though...I will leave that up to Kristen! There were ...
... club. I'm not all that keen on it because its not busy and fun like CC, and as they are literally round the corner from each other why not go to the better of the two?
Muse and Club 88 are in the same area, called Lan Town? Personally I don't like either as much as CC because they both don't have as many foreigners and are much more dense with Chinese people. Although this is a good thing, and Chinese people in general are super friendly you ...
... after all the cities, surrounded by snow capped mountains and fir tree forests. The park is so big, with very steep inclines in places that they have buses to help get you around. We took the bus to the top end of one of the roads and walked back through the woods, passing the various lakes, whilst taking a billion photos. In the brochure it shows all these amazing blue lakes, which just look like they have been photo shopped, but amazingly they ...
In another area were the matchmakers. These are parents or grandparents looking for prospective partners for their youngsters. There are sheets of paper on the bushes, listing attributes. When we observed that photos weren’t in evidence the guide said it’s less about looks, more about finding a suitable family to marry into.
We got involved in the dancing, by doing our version of a slow foxtrot to their Chinese music. On of our ...
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