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... legal highs. A double rubbish bin had the sign 'recycling' on one side and 'organism' on the other. 'Soil Restaurant', my guess is a restaurant serving locally grown food, but who knows as they do eat some crazy things, like 1,000 year old eggs. 'Fire shutter is prohibited under the pile up of goods', don't leave bag in the path of the fire shutter. Well we have made it to Shanghai, a little later than planned and it's raining. There ...
... but just listening in the conversation doesn’t work. Either you have a talk with someone or you don’t and then you are not part of the discussion because you do not understand it.
That is sometimes really hard. There are days when I can blend it out, where I am glad to have my smartphone to write via Whatsapp with the first people waking up at home but sometimes I could just run away screeming. I do not always have a topic to talk with my colleagues about even though ...
... and spices that you can probably find in some Indian foods. The restaurant has live traditional dancing, and as their first choice Hannu refused to get up, Paolo went up for a dance. Hannu and Niko seemed to really enjoy the food and the evening, as did the rest of us :o)
The Finns had been in Korea, then had a week in Beijing, now they've had a week in shanghai and have moved on for a few days in Yangshuo before going to Hong Kong; from where Hannu will return ...
... br> nuts and green tea Oreos! We saw women on the sidewalk dancing. Apparently it’s a popular form of exercise here.
On Wednesday we made our way to Hangzhou to see another factory, split ways with my boss and met up with Jessie who took me - and the sales guy I’ve been traveling with - out for seafood that night *See picture. Jessie and I wanted to go see ...
... 7:15 and she returns home at 4:00. It's a long day, especially since she doesn't get to take a nap anymore. When she comes home from school she is sweaty, ravenous, and exhausted. I do not if I should feed, wash or hug her first. She has woofed down her dinner every night and has been asleep by 7:00pm since school started. She seems to be adjusting well as best as I can tell through her nightly stories. She has a keen sense of justice and enjoys telling us ...
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