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... me that I may have been scammed. I hurried to an internet café, where I discovered the price of my tea: $190AUD. They’d fleeced me. My image as a savvy globetrotter was shattered. I spent the following several seconds wallowing in self-despair. Next, I cursed all involved to a century of bad harvests (and hoped that would mean something to them). Then I googled 'Shanghai tea scam’. Literally thousands of results came back. Based on both this and my ...
... tray for us. Which was great, because it tasted awesome. Scott and I are happy Nate is in town because it's forcing us to try more Asian cuisine, so we are hoping to keep that trend going once he leaves.
Saturday we went to our favorite brunch spot, Kaiba. It was crowded because it was 80 degrees and sunny! A beautiful day for spending with our friends, Heathy, Al ,AJ and Raven. After eating, we walked around the cute little alleyways of Tiazifang. I bought some sunglasses ...
... were cheaper than expected as there was no traffic around both here and in Luoyang.
I was very excited and decided to join the masses and head for the Bund. I went the wrong direction and found myself in the People's Park.There was a sculpture exhibition on there the same as the ones that we get at home, but the guards were there chasing away anyone who touched them.
Walking back down towards the Bund my camera went crazy. I knew I had to get a new one while I ...
... she informed us the mid-Autumn festival happens during the first week of October. She told us there is a popular food called "moon pies" that everyone in China eats for the holiday. There is a sweet moon pie and a salty moon pie. She offered to make us some next Friday if we come in for pizza. We told her she had a deal and we will be returning for more pizza and moon pies! I'm not sure what's in it, nor do I really care. I'm just excited to try some traditional Chinese holiday ...
... of architecture, window fittings and gardens. It was formerly the residence of a governor of Sichuan and was modeled to suit Sichuan style.
Next, off to Xin Tian Di, now a street full of cafe's & bars, the buildings are modeled on old southern style architecture. Small in area, it's probably of more interest to expats & those into trendy cafes
From Xin Tian Di, we strolled through some of the old French ...