fish balls and hollyhocks

13 Jul

london 3.14pm 22C cloudy saturday 2019

i went to chinatown just now to buy frozen fish balls. i discovered this supermarket in chinatown selling 400mg for £2.79, and quite big fish  balls too. previously i was buying 200mg for £1.80 from another store there. then i saw today 1kg of the fish balls for £6.75. so i bought it as it was slightly cheaper. they are very nice fish balls, that is why i dont mind buying such a large quantity. fish balls are so delicious. and these are so springy.  on the bus there, i saw lots of school children from europe, wending their way in large groups. so the tourists here consist of school children,  like they are on a school outing or something. there must be a big program in schools in europe organising these school trips taking their students to visit uk. i wonder if uk schools also have the same kind of programs. i guess they must be sending them here while uk is still in the EU, as passport control after we leave might not make it  that easy for them to get in and out.

also read this article about how the changes in water levels in bangladesh is making people there shift to rearing ducks instead of chicken, and improving their lives whilst they adapt and making their lives even better than before. now that is what i like about it, adapt to the climate changes instead of trying to halt them. now if countries would spend money on that , i think the world will benefit more from it. 

lovely mass of hollyhocks

i saw this video of a chap making fish balls, its fascinating, not sure if it is real, or photoshopped. the website is called so it might be all fake who knows really. nowadays its best to just look at it for amusement, rather than information.

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