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... but Cian showed us his classroom which he plans to redecorate. Drawings and scribbles cover the walls and windows of the building, super sweet. The complex is in a garden, there are a few of these within Changping town, with high security, the place is safe and clean, however if you're white you get in everywhere, so Cian says. Clíona helped Cian pack his backpack before we headed into town with Mr. Cian as our guide. He brought us through the shopping streets ...
... 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 ...
... much better.
Arrival is at unpleasant 5:30 in the morning but don't worry that you might miss the arrival you don't need to set your alarm, they make sure you wake up even with earplugs, I can promise you!
Unfortunately a few days later I lost my camera so there is not many good pictures from this part of the trip. See the next entry on how to get from Behai to Hanoi.
On our final day of our trip, Belinda woke us early in the morning to tell us the prediction for the day was rain, canceling our trip to the beach. We got to sleep later. It also gave me time to work on my pictures and blog.
After breakfast Joan and Belinda went shopping and Joan came back with a new hat and gifts for Connor and Conner's sister. (Later in the day, Belinda asked us to give the
baby an English name so we suggested Maggie and they liked ...
... new word in Chinese today, 'Feng Le', which means 'Crazy'. This is the word he uses to describe the driving in Sanya, Hainan. On the way to Haikou, we were stopped at an intersection for a red light. There was a street cleaner in the center of the road who stepped in front of the stopped cars to sweep the street on our side. The motor scooters to the right of us were all going through the red light, crossing in front of us, to turn left. I asked Belinda if the scooters don't have ...