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Dancing in Bed

Ivan, Jennifer and I woke up on January 4, 2009.  We had free breakfast in the hotel.  Ivan and I went shopping in the markets by the hotel.  Jennifer stayed in the room and watched tv.  We went up the roof and sat by the pool.  Ivan and Jennifer were reading magazines.  I soaked up the sun. Later, we got ready for a night out.  I had a banana sandwich for dinner.  We took a taxicab to Bed Supperclub.  It’s a restaurant where you dine on big cushions.  It’s nice to lounge since it feels like you’re laying in bed.…

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Climbing Mt. Emei and a Scary Monkey

Ivan, Jennifer and I checked out of the Teddy Bear Hotel on October 28, 2008.  I wish I could have taken Ted traveling with us.  We’re off again to another adventure.  All this moving around takes a lot out this cute monkey!  We put our luggage in the luggage storage room.  They lent us walking sticks since we were headed up the mountain.  Jennifer’s walking stick was an umbrella.  It looked like it was going to rain today.  Jennifer said that her calf hurt.  We walked to the bus station next door and it took us to the bottom of…

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A Monkey good time!

We had some lunch at the 7th Heaven Cafe on October 22, 2008.  We then walked around town.  Ivan was looking for a place called Monkey Jane’s.  It’s a rooftop bar.  We finally found it.  It has a sign but it’s a little hard to see.  We decided to chill here for a little while.  Ivan and Jennifer had a Liquan beer (local beer).  I had a monkey drink called Monkey Fizz.  It’s basically a banana juice with a fancy name. It’s a great bar with nice scenery of Yangshuo.  We just relaxed while reading magazines and playing games.  Ivan…

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More Macau, Train Ride and Guilin

I forgot to mention that I put a video of Ivan sawing wood at the Happy Valley Racecourse.  Check it out on the post called Buddha drinking tea while on a horse or on the video page. We wanted to see more of Macau.  We had some sandwiches right by the hostel on October 14, 2008. The cafe had some awesome egg custard tarts. They’re even more delicious than the ones in Hong Kong! It’s a speciality here in Macau. We decided to check out the Macau Tower. It’s 338 meters tall. We saw the beautiful view at the Outdoor…

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