Yes, Walmart is here and it is very popular. They have just a few culture differences. Fish..alive,dead in ice,or smoke dried. Eel,turtle,snake,rabbit,chicken(in the picture...Shelby wouldn't let me buy one) and many other strange type of animals we could buy to eat. There were no medicines in the store, but they had most anything else.
The girls continue to draw huge crowds. (I'm making sure it doesn't go to their heads)I just don't think most of the Chinese have ever seen blonde or light brown hair. At the park by the river and at Walmart today, many would either come up to them and touch their hair or just try to talk to them. Surprisingly, it has been easy to communicate with someone who speaks a different language.
Lilly has had fever today and we have given her some medicine and it has helped. We pray the medicine continues to work. Other than that, she is adjusting very well.
Shelby and Katie are swimming in the hotel indoor pool as I type this and Lilly is taking a nap. Everyone is doing fine, but we are just killing time until Saturday.(touring in the mornings and our guides are great) That is when we will get Lilly's Chinese passport. It takes five days to process it. Then we head to get the US passport paper work started on Sunday. That is it for now.
David, Jan, Shelby,Katie,&Lilly