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... I was getting a truly local experience I think. It did remind me of my Grandma who always did this when we were in Chinese restaurants in the states. She would use the hot tea we usually got to wipe down our bowels and chopsticks. Once lunch was served, which was not so tasty, we got back on the bus for about 4 hours before making our way into Chengdu. Chun May and I took a couple of pictures and then said bye. The bus got in an hour early than expected which was good because I want ...
... to get to the 15th floor, you go to the 16th floor and take the stairs down.
6. No lines. Well, there are lines. It's just that nobody uses them. There is no such thing as waiting your turn. If you see an opening, you take it. This has been hard for everyone in our group to get used to.
7. Lack of personal space. There is none. You are crammed in elevators like sardines, and more people will still try to get on. Walking down ...
... br> We have decided to stay an extra day here - we didnt think there was anything here but we have found a few things we would like to see and we need the day to plan the next week as it will be pretty confusing with lots of bus catching!!!!
Anyway - its teatime now!!
PS Tea was amazing - we had Ma Po Tofu which was mega spicy but tasty and we used the sauce as chip dip. The cxhips here are the tastiest chips we have ever eaten MMMMMHMMMM
... dining where a
group is served a variety of meats and vegetables, and they cook the food themselves at their tables using various sauces and flavors. I sat at the most adventurous table, as we were served with the likes of ox stomach, pig kidney, and duck stomach among other things. The ox stomach was a purple-blue color and the texture was like a basketball. The pig kidney was chewy and actually tasted very good. The duck stomach was the ...
... about a mile with about 40 pounds of bags on each hand, this had its perk though because I have not worked out since arriving in Asia. We then just hung around and set up our room for the next couple hours. As we did this we met some of the people living on our floor, most were from West Africa because we live on the international floor. We were the only ones from America, there were not even any Europeans. We did meet a guy named Emon from Granada. He had been studying ...