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... looked at each other. 100 Yuan, $20 for a North Face jacket!! I turned and said “OK 100!” “No no not 100, 300” she tries. Nope, I turn and walk away. As I turned she yells fine and throws the jacket at me while taking the 100 Yuan from my hand. Major Score!! $20!! A few more good deals and we are gone. One hour of deal finding. We did well. Bill scored 4 Michael Kors handbags for about $40 each, plus some other gifts for his Fam.
All in all, a ...
... EVERY DAY around 18:00 - 19:00. Ticket prices are around 300 - 400 RMB for 1st class in 2 bed compartments.
I recommend to take 1st class one if possible. Not that it makes a lot of a difference but when you get on the boat you will start to remember the Titanic movie and then it might make you feel better knowing you are one of the upper deck guests.... we only could get a 2nd class 4bed ...
... br> Belinda said she contacted a grade school classmate of hers
and he wanted to take us to a fish restaurant, right on a fisherman’s
wharf. Her classmates name was Yuan. He was a prison guard about an hour’s drive from his home. If you could think of stereotypical prison guard, Yuan was the farthest thing from it.
He was a very kind and gentle acting person, that liked to laugh a lot.
To get there, Lewis had to follow Yuan on an off ...
... for tea. Her name is Jane and she was a college roommate of Belinda's. They hadn't seen each other for five years. Jane brought us a specialty dish of the area made with coconut milk and we drank Kung Fu tea, which is named for the tea service set you drink out of. The tea was Guan Yin tea, which is the name of the Buddha Goddess we visited yesterday. Next destination, LiuGao High School, Liuzhou. We made it. Gene and I are in our apartment. I need a nap and will write again ...
... The ocean was roaring in the background and fireworks were shot off. It was quit an evening. Thanks Belinda and Harry.
The streets are filled with people, mostly eating. The cuisine is a lot different here than in Liuzhou. It is not as spicy. The island gets by on growing food and tourism. There were big trucks lined up for blocks waiting to fill up with fruits and vegetables that will be shipped to the northern part of mainland China.