Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Yesterday in Ningbo

Was in Ningbo in Zhejiang Province. There's not a whole lot to see in this city of 2 million, but if you're there with friends, make your way through Tianyi Square in downtown Ningbo and find the grassy area just north of the square. Many an afternoons can be easily wiled away at that spot. I now know from experience.

Kevin Reitz has more about Ningbo on his blog.

Images and observations follow. (Not pictured: Jeff Orcutt and Shan Wu.)

Some fruit and flora:

Oh you pretty faces:

Clockwise from top left: Michael Chaitkin, Therese, Matt, Alicia.

Around the city:

Such a hard life...

Therese with rabid puppy, and guy roasting meat.

Nappers: c.f. this site.

Ah, to be a kid again...

Like this big kid here. (Kevin Reitz shenanigans.)

Church next to Tianyi Square.

Portuguese church that we finally made it to after an afternoon of beer frizz on a lawn (the playing of which attracted lots of attention, as you can imagine).

Food porn -- Alicia's final meal in Ningbo.

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