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... home with nothing else to do besides follow your mate on Facebook,Twitter, WeChat... Receive those pictures soaked in fun, joy and excitement. Read the hourly updates about all the adventures and recall this deep, tight sleep you fell into in the evening last time you had one of those exciting days. Don't envy be happy for your friend, while at the same time thinking that you should be there as well sharing all this fun.
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... the hole. It was dark, but thankfully we saw it. It’s an unusually common thing as well, there have been a couple of other times I have seen similar sights.
Everything in China happens earlier. School starts at 8am, Lunch is from 11am, and it seems like most of the country is going to bed from 9pm. One of my favourite restaurants shuts at 7:30pm. It’s really quite difficult to get used to. I’m not someone who wants to be ...
... bin liners just de-cluttering the two bedrooms! I started with Sunny's old bedroom, dust everywhere! I was thankful for my mask now.. I swept the room multiple times to get all the dust and mopped it twice to make it look like a floor again. Finally that room was done, a bit of dusting the sides.. Not too much hard work. Or not at least compared to Tiger's old room; Tiger is Sunny's son, he is ten years old and he LOVES calligraphy. Safe to say any way ...
... t buy here.. Or you can but their local brands. Spray deodorant and razors, to name just two.. So strange. The Chinese people think if you sweat you are unclean and have some sort of horrible disease.. Odd way of thinking about it really! I guess maybe they'll be stocked in Carrefour in the city though. I discovered an amazing app for my iPhone, called Cam Dictionary snap translator. You basically just hover your phone over the ...
... of the autumn season. The day is also known as the Moon Festival, as at that time of the year the moon is at its roundest and brightest. The Moon Cake is the special food of Mid-Autumn Festival. On that day, people sacrifice moon cakes to the moon as an offering and eat them for celebration. Moon cakes come in various flavours according to the region. The moon cakes are round, symbolising the reunion of a family, so it is easy to understand how the ...
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