Shanshui Boutique Hotel East Station
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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 ...
... one could climb out of the polluted looking water.
We were back home by late afternoon and Amy made us an excellent meal with some incredible tasting pickled daikon radishes and the leftover meat from the barbeque, it was excellent. The rest of the evening was spent just kicking back and watching "Casablanca" with Chinese subtitles.
The next day we cleaned up a little, packed up ...
... pleased with what we have accomplished so far.
After work we went out with the sales department for dinner and karaoke, which they seem to call "KTV". The food was okay but it was fun to hang out with all the people in our department. James and I sang a few songs... to the best of our ability. We were somehow swindled into doing two Lady Gaga songs because apparently she is very popular here, but I don't ...
Immediately the contrast to Hong Kong was obvious, as we flashed through on the train it was clear that all the English signs had gone and we were now in China proper! From the train the countryside looked eerily quiet as we came through. From the train we could see the mixture of agriculture and industry that is so common across China, and the buildings were much older and more run down than the one’s in Hong Kong.
The change ...