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A walk in the park

After being stuck in the house for most of Saturday because Mummy was sick, J couldn't be happier to be out exploring the neighborhood.

We took an evening walk last Saturday to Little Guilin, and it is definitely a gem of the west, often forgotten by many.

The little sister of Guilin in China at the backyard of our new home

"Yay! I can finally get some fresh air after hearing mummy cough non-stop the whole day!"


"Let me go Papee.... I want to run and be free!" 

Here comes the Giant! 

"Ok! Time to take a stroll back home !" 

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