Today's discovery: Street Food Pringles. For reals. Next to the regular and sour cream and onion are Hong Kong Fish Ball and Indonesian Satay. I must try these before we leave.
Our trip to Carrefour (the French version of WalMart) was awesome. (Well, except for the part when Nan Yu spilled her bag of raisins all. over. everywhere. I'd sort of forgotten about toddlers and the Floor Cleanup Of Shame...) I could have spent all day in there looking at stuff. So many interesting and fun things - I just wish I knew what half of them were. We left with a potty chair (Nan Yu is so offended by diapers but is terrified of the big toilet), snacks, water, a wireless router, fresh Chinese dates, toys, and some mysterious liquor for Jeff and Sarah, all for under 70 bucks.
Speaking of food: There are a ton of fish restaurants here on the island, and by fish restaurant, I mean "walk in, pick your live fish from the tank, and wait for them to cook it." I'm looking forward to dinner there one night soon. Hello, Mr. Fish... I'll just be eating you now.
Completely unrelated: What do Chinese hotels have against skirt hangers? Seriously. Two hotels, neither of which has any implement for hanging up skirts. I've had slippers and robes and bath products coming out of my ears, and a pillow menu to boot, but not one single hanger that can handle a skirt.