I Saw Sunday

Here’s an interesting meme: I Saw Sunday

So, what did you see this week?

One thing or a whole list! – Words or photos or both!

Share it here with us.

The Rules

1. Write your post on your blog and include a link back to I Saw Sunday.
2. Leave the link to your post in the Mr Linky widget so we can find you.
3. Leave a comment after linking so that I know you have been here.
4. Please be sure to visit the other participants and share what they saw.

I wanted to go to Guangzhou today, just to get out of Jade Green Island. But when I went to buy my bus ticket the woman said “Mai you” (No way). Then she showed me a sign written in Chinese that said “Oct. 1st and 2nd something, something, something.” I guess the bus I take is on holiday. I was puzzled and still am a bit because there were buses in their lanes and lots of people getting on and off.

I spent yesterday here and Jade Green Island can make me feel stir crazy. So I hopped on the bus for downtrodden Xintang, which I’ve just learned makes 60% of the world’s blue jeans.

Doesn't he look the part?

Sunday is a bit special in Xintang. Lots of vendors sell cheap goods up and down the sidewalk. It’s sort of a flea market in front of all the legit shops. Also, I saw several older men with traditional beards who seem to be hawking fortunes and physiognomy readings.

Wonder what he's telling her


Weekly Photo Challenge: Sunset (2)

Weekly Photo Challenge: Sunset (2).

I can’t top this.

Stumbled Upon this Market

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When we first got here we asked where the market was and no one had a good answer. Often we were told to go to Vanguard, a hypermarket kind of place. Actually. I discovered this market this morning, not far from Vanguard in fact.


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