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... Sohar. Though my stomach could not keep up with the almost infinite stuffing of food, my brain and taste buds were continuously shouting for more.
2. Observing the seemingly endless marketplace at Calicut. The overwhelmingly vast array of products and merchants added onto my excitement, for there was a new item to admire no matter which way I turned my head.
3. Taking a trip on ...
... artwork. Though foreign merchants stuck to others of the same beliefs and origins, cultures intermingled as people of every ethnicity weaved in and out of the crowd, drawn to Canton's interesting and gorgeously constructed goods. Mosques scattered all over the city to accommodate for the growing population of Arab traders and the spread of Islam, yet they existed alongside the Buddhist stupas, a symbolism of the religious tolerance practiced despite the separation ...
The weather has been unusually warm and dry since we’ve been back, although it is raining today. The days are reaching the high teens and 10 -12 degrees at night. Tim is still wearing shorts to school, but I’m wearing long pants and sweaters, so I think he’s going for bragging rights. We took a long walk in the big park yesterday which is about a 20 walk from our place. It was full of people enjoying the beautiful day ...
... difficulty here, is that everyone knows who I am as I’m pretty easy to spot, and they’re not too great at introductions… so I just go with the flow - yeah a guy comes up to me in the canteen and presents me with a DVD player - that’s standard behaviour!?!! Silly girl. Apparently they’re all worried about me, so keep suggesting ways to keep me entertained… how about you let me out? Just putting it out there…
... away like a stream over stones? But there is another type of haunting in China, and one that is much more immediate - the ghost of faded dreams and ambitions. A few days ago I had my first private Chinese lesson with Wendy, an English teacher at a nearby school. We were talking afterwards and she said to be in a low, confidential voice, 'I tell you a secret. I never wanted to be a teacher. I really wanted to be an interpreter, but my English was never good enough. I study ...