Saturday, March 31, 2012
I pass this little dried fish stand a few times a week when I take the bus into the Macau peninsula. Grocery shopping takes forever here, going from shop to shop (or stand to stand) to get all the items needed for a meal. Life is certainly slower paced. But there are more opportunities for interaction, which is a good thing in my opinion. At least on the days that I'm not rushed and frustrated and just want to get home. Which tends to be often. But I'm working on it.
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