A Total TaiTai Tale

Tale of a Total TaiTai who was in Beijing & Beyond and is now in Singapore & Surroundings!

Tag: WhatsOnTheirBike

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I had to post a picture of those bikes.

The Dutch version of the Chinese Sanluche except it’s in the front instead of the back and usually mostly used to transport kids but the possibility are endless (ok maybe not as crazy as some of the stuff I’ve seen in China : http://ift.tt/29Hrw2D)

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And finally the furniture.

See you in Singapore 😉

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TVs

Computers

Electronics

Yep all packed and ready to go.

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Packing is going pretty well.

Clothes are on their way 😉

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Moving day is finally upon us.

No turning back.

Movers brought the cardboard boxes…

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I keep coming across colorful characters.

I think it’s Beijing showing me all the things I will miss next year.

Thank you, you are doing a fantastic job. 😉

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Pretty sure this is the modern version of the 官轎 – GuanJiao, the Sedan Chairs (called Palanquin in French I had to look for the English translation!)

I stayed behind for a little while wanted to see if somebody was going to pick through the curtains 😉

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I’m always amazed by the things they can carry on their Sanluche but this amount of weight on a normal motorbike that’s a first.

I followed him for a little while, not in a creepy way (not that I haven’t “followed” somebody for a photo opportunity!) but we were going in the same direction so I stayed behind since I wanted to see how he managed the slaloming between the cars. Let’s say it must not have been his first ride with such an heavy load!!’

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When the bus is full, you put you money together and hire private transports 😉

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When there is a will there is a way.