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... passes through the Chinese Pamir and supposedly is one of the most beautiful ones. We, 3 Chinese and 1 Canadian and myself, stayed in Tashkorgan on 3100m. Tashkorgan with its stone town and spectacular peaks could be a jewel and worth a long stay. However, the Chinese (of course) do not allow anything that's fun and completely banned hiking in the region. Chinese regulations really annoy me more and more and I'm more than ready to leave the country towards ...
... in malls or eating based on the number of establishments we have been seeing. After cutting through a couple more malls, Fred and I made it to FZD School of Design's address. Inside we hopped on the elevator and took it to the 4th floor in accordance with the map in the lobby. At the top, the two doors (two sided elevator) opened to the fantastic view of grey drywall. Confused we tried level 3 with no better luck, so then went down to level 2 with the same ...
... Which was some youtiau: which is pastry fried tube things that kind of taste like langos.We also got some spicy sauce called prata and egg that you dip the youtiau in.
Today we went to the Singapore botanic gardens called gardens on the bay and it was amazing and very beautiful.The flower dome had many exotic plants and lots of cactus and bilbao:which are trees that live in very dry ...
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... the driver where they were going and then he would decide if he wanted to take them there or not. Jim explained that this was technically illegal but a very common practice because the taxi drivers didn’t like to waste their time with short fares or go to parts of town where they would be unlikely to get another passenger quickly. It was a pretty terrible system since we saw at least one poor guy who had to ask four or five different drivers before someone would finally ...