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... miniature poodle aged 7 and Benjie, a younger retriever, who is definitely the junior dog. We ask for a bag for them, and Derek explains he will boil some of the meat in plain water before giving it to them. Towards the end of lunch, a lady auctioneer ascends a stage in the corner, the screen lights up and an auction starts featuring some of the stuff we saw in display cabinets coming in. Time to go. We thank Derek and hope to see him in Auckland - he travels there twice a year for ...
... night market with it’s bizarre food...
It ook me like 30min to get there and
once you get your head above ground it’s pretty straight forward. You follow
the busiest shopping street of Beijing and a few hundred metres further on your
left you enter a gate to a different world... according to the smell it must
have been worse than Di Yu ( ;) ) The smell was unbareable omg... I knew
Chinese peoplelike weird stuff, but ...
... designated for a new Chinese Navy for a Stone Boat for her pleasure. This event probably sealed the fate of Qing dynasty and paved the road for the revolution of the Republic of China. Beijing is a city full of history yet not without a flare for modern architecture wonders like the Bird Nest and the Aquatic Center built for 2008 Olympic. Our last lunch at Beijing was the popular “Bean Paste Noodle” (炸酱面）favore d by ...
... went was closed, except for a minority of the restaurants. We ended up journeying around the subway and the city for 3 hours before we decided to go back to the area around Eliza's hostel and had a wonderful lunch.
On the way back I started hearing loud booms. Throughout the day I had heard a few here and there, but as the sun set, the booms have become louder and more frequent. Kids are setting off fireworks in the street, and in my apartment's courtyard.
... brought all the kids to the Yucai School cafeteria where they were served food buffet style, with an odd mix of American food (e.g. chicken wings, french fries) and Chinese food. The food was alright...considering it's cafeteria food. While eating, I noticed this divide between the students. All the boys hung out with the boys and all the girls stuck together. I'm about two and a half weeks into my internship at the point ...