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Sunday, 13 June 2010



what a beautiful day!


Loving the series Kirk! Btw I'm curious about the tea egg(?). Is the boiled egg cracked on purpose and steeped in tea so to absorb? What tea is typically used? Any place here that might serve it?


the cherry blossoms are so lovely.


Hi Kat - That was the clearest morning we had in QingDao... so we got lucky.

Hi Dennis - It's a boiled egg, the shell is cracked, and it is steeped in a combination of tea, soy sauce, star anise, and some other flavorings..... I've never had it in San Diego, but have seen it in the deli case on occasion at 99 ranch Market.

Hi Lynnea - They were!

I love the pictures at the park with the cherry blossoms. The kids are so cute! I'm definitely making a mental note to go there if I ever go to China.

jeff c

Oktoberfest here is supposed to be awesome plus there is supposed to be a lot of outdoor adventure excursions. The Christian church in the area is quite famous and supposedly has several thousand people show up for services each Sunday. My friends keep telling me that Qingdao is an up and coming tourist destination.


Hi Jeffrey - If you love shellfish and beer.... you'll love QingDao. We were there over the May Day weekend, and I think that's enough of a crowd for me!

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