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- Continental Breakfast
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We met some Chinese nobles playing an interesting game.
4. KaifengThere are lots of inventions and technology that we hadn’t seen during our time in the Tang Dynasty. We noticed that some people in the marketplace with magnetic compasses, so they are probably travellers looking to trade. We saw a business that was selling informative books. The business ...
After a great night's sleep, we woke at 9.15am only to realise we did not adjust out clocks forward so Kaz raced off to breakfast at 10.30 before it closed at 11.00am. Rob had coffee on the balcony.
Today we are at sea so after organising our laundry, we spent the day exploring more of the ship, checking out bars, the casino, the gym (low priority) and ...
... would have finished up or gone away for the summer break.
We’re now into countdown mode here. Owen having finished his teaching has exams on this week and is finding it very difficult to say the goodbyes. Having not worked, I haven’t made the close ties he has. It brings it home that I’ve had a less engaged year and that’s a bit sad, but at least it makes the leaving easier. I’ve enjoyed our time ...
... we could - Portugese custard tarts.. all the way in China :-)
Just to repeat Mom, I drank tea!!!!!!
We went into a department/grocery store - bigger than any Pick n Pay Ive seen and we walked around for almost 2 hours! We bought loads of things and even saw another kid with the openings on his bum and nether regions.. its really cold! His little penis may actually fall off in this weather! Im pumping the Corenza C like nobody's buisness. The rain ...
... driver handled the road, as if he was the only one on it, incessantly laying on the obnoxious sounding horn, tooting the cattle out of the way.
Still with headache and feeling nauseous I was grateful to be next to a functioning window that I could open and close at my leisure, sticking the camera lense out every so often to capture the nature. It was soon becoming obvious that we were entering Tibetan territory as the locals appeared ...