7 Days Inn (Guangzhou Jiangwan)
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... along with his benevolence in sharing his knowledge of Kilwa and his poems and ballads with us.
4. Having my ears be serenaded by the lovely traditional Omani music as I walked the streets of Sohar. These performances definitely win over the musical concerts of the world today, especially because I was able to experience them so close up!
5. Seeing the impressive dry stone construction ...
... The city was in a constant movement, not only within the market square, but also the fleets sent out along the trade route by the government to ship goods and to collect tributes. Caught up in this unforgettable moment, an accidental glance at my watch overrode all prior thoughts as I virtually flew across the market to the other side of the city to my meeting place with Nathan in a small shack near a rice farm. After stumbling around from one dwelling to the next, I ...
... of activities going on. Tim is running in another marathon next Sunday outside Hong Kong. We hope to see Bradley and Lisa Davies, from PEI, there – also running in the half marathon, I think.
Communicating on the Internet has become even more challenging here since the government has completely blocked Gmail – a huge inconvenience for many Chinese people as well as expats. We went over to visit one of the teachers the other night. Her husband is ...
... and done with pretty quickly, and he hadn't taken too much off which was a bonus.
I then got myself some yummy jiaozi for lunch, little steamed dumplings with meat and veg in, and headed home just before the first thunderstorm of the day hit.
Its my day off today, so will likely spend the rest of it watching movies and/or reading, as I am feeling in need of a proper rest day.
Its been incredibly hot here - yesterday the temp was 37, with a real feel of 50 - ...
... can get to a hotel to get some sleep. But they're being deliberately difficult about it.
So, in China, there's no Facebook. It's illegal. How comforting to know that I'm in a country where information is restricted. Heck, they're probably scanning this right now and blacklisting my visa as I type...
I'm tired, I'm annoyed and frustrated - this delay has screwed up the ...