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... considering we haven't yet seen the sky for the smog! So we decided we will wait for another day and went to an area called 1912 which is a series of streets with restaurants, bars and clubs. It's a bit touristy but very nice and we went to a bar called Blue Marlin where we had lots of beer and some pizza. Not very Chinese-y but everyone had a great night with good chat. I exchanged emails with the two Chinese girls Carol and Sunny (those are their English names!) ...
... removed itself from my stomach in a violent fashion much to my discomfort! I felt much better afterwards though and brushed my teeth. I was very disappointed that it did not agree with me as it has been rare for me to be unwell from food on my travels. I skyped Ally for a little while before bed and heard all about his vending escapades. Still exhausted thought bid him goodnight and crashed straight out. (I should mention that Ruaridh had 2 kebab burritos without egg and he is totally ...
... And then I went to buy some peach ice tea but my pictures of fruit let me down and I mistook a pear for a peach...so I'm not so fond of this juice but what can I say at 40p for a litre! Rosa and I bought two 1.5l bottles of water which also came to a grand total of 40p and with my 3 skewers totalling 70p I can sense that China will not break the bank too much. The group all headed back to our digs to crash out after another long day, especially for those just off of their ...
... br> (Guanxi), and privileged and the extremely poor and illiterate. The
house and headquarters have been preserved as a museum with the rooms
still furnished as they were in the 1930s. It was absolutely
fascinating and could have been a suburban semi in Surbiton with exactly
the same furniture, clocks and radiograms! Amazing! We then found the
Pila Temple which we had been looking for and were pleasantly surprised
to find a huge ...
... murals). We were mesmerized by a circular room with a moving picture of a Chinese town displayed on the entire wall (see photos). Every element of the picture had movement (eg people cooking in tiny kitchens, selling wares on streets, arguing with neighbors etc). As we watched, the day turned into night, and seasons changed. I have never seen anything like it! Caroline and I could have stood and watched for hours.
We finished our adventure with dinner ...