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... allow the kid to take a poo in public. Nice. And not uncommon. Inside the hostel I dumped my things in my bed and within about 5 minutes a lovely Chinese girl, with really good English came up to my room and invited me for some drinks in the hostel bar with a few of the girls in our room and a few other people: so many nationalities- Chinese, Korean, Israeli, French, Swedish, and ...
... the many things that I have learnt the best,
Was the clever tip on how to cheat in a test!
We’re nearly at the end of a superb Chinese trip,
So I would like to end this with some final warm tips:
1. drink positive
2. do not cling the partition board by your foot
3. protect circum stance begins with me
4.don’t put waste paper into clothes stool and...
5. urinate in pool and you are the best!
... who makes mutton hamburgers while wearing his motorbike helmet. Why? Don't know. But we have seen him before. The mutton was delicious - so tender. I think I'll take him some mint sauce next time, and then it would be perfect.
The People's Park is always busy during the weekend, and there is always something interesting to look at. We had plenty of time, which meant that a simple task ...
... we decided to stand.
The Marks left on Saturday morning, so Alex took us to an all you can eat dim sum buffet to console ourselves. We were stuffed, from all sorts including a dumpling that you first suck the soup out of. It's lucky that table manners aren't too strict in China. To work off the calories, we headed to the propoganda art museum - as recommended by my brother Chris. It's a collection of poster art stored in the basement of ...
... Science and Technology Museum Underground Market to play some more bargaining games. We found an Aladdin's Cave and quickly got stuck into some purchasing with Dave's great bargaining skills - he even got called crazy for bargaining too low but still got the purchase in the end and a stack load of DVD's. It was here where we realised just how much the Chinese liked to sleep as we walked through Century Park and ...