On the way home from the museum I found accidentally a market. But because I wanted home to the dogs I returned another time. The merchants wanted all sell something to me. But I didn’t want. My only thoughts were: „Would I buy here if I live here?“ and the answer would be:“Yes“. But very cautious! One step at a time!
A few times a day I walk the dogs through the compound. When I arrived we had hardly 6-8 degrees. But in the meantime spring arrived. In the afternoon we have now 20 – 24 degrees! So over night the bushes started to bud. Camelias and other flowers are out. And the dogs have a lot to run. They „find“ messages everywhere. You find a lot of small places to spend time. Mostly grandma’s and grandpa’s are out with the kid’s during the day. Most time the look astonished when I great them with a friendly „Ni hau“. But today I had a longer talk with a chinese women. She spoke well english. She lived for some years in Poland and Belgium.
And there it was! I had found „my“ old China. Only in a museum. And as an artifact. But it existed! I was fascinated!
A house on the country
We arrived after a long, fast !!!!! run at the museum. And I must say I was impressed! In front of the museum they had a display in english. The museum was built by a star architekt. He used a lot of concrete for the building – like he would be a Swiss! – but he mixed it with a lot of found clay brick and other authentic materials from the area. So alone the outside of the building is worth to see.
„Hello! How are you?“
This suddenly came back when I greeted with:“Ni hau“