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... dumplings!! Sticky balls of steamed dumpling but i like to call them kung fu panda dumplings! It was a really fun day and once again i was welcomed into a wonderful chinese home! They took loads of pictures of me and i was hit even though i couldn't speak to them so well!
When we finally left her grandma hugged me, alissa cried and shuya clung on to me so that no one kept me behind! We drove back to shuyas house and i just felt so lucky to have met such nice welcoming people! :)
beautiful lunch near the hotel and a walk from there back to the hotel.
Barrie was by this time in need of bed so the three of us
walked back to the shopping street and also explored the large department store
and its eight or so floors of everything imaginable. Out to another restaurant
for dinner (sans Barrie) and then to a cormorant show.
To control the birds, the fishermen tie a snare near the
base of the bird's throat. ...
That night we all meet in a bar for drinks. Karaoke is definitely the entertainment for the Chinese and after 2 hours of Lady Gaga our group member Pete form Burnley said to the owner 'I am sick of Gaga have you got any Beatles?'. Much to our surprise they put on the whole collection ending in some drunken karaoke, cocktails and merriment!
The last day we all boarded bamboo rafts for a river trip. At the start we were asked of we wanted water ...
We have at last managed to defeat the Great Firewall of China, to bring you unadulterated access to our adventures!
We'll update it as often as we can, but we're already behind so bear with us...
In the meantime, read our ever hilarious posts and look at our pretty pictures- and like my entries more than Rob's. His will suck. :)
Love to you all, wherever you are xxxxx
... around food??? Breakfast consisted of all these different dumplings and baozi each one being absolutely delicious. i did have a laugh though......Melody ordered me an orange juice (as I don't drink soy milk) but it was served hot just like her milk!!!
We passed by the Wenchang Pavilion, also known as Pavilion of Flourishing Culture. This round, three-story pavilion was built in 1585 and celebrates the city's rich cultural traditions. Standing west of the Pavilion ...