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... dawned on a region vastly different- those steep-sided hills and mountains, thickly forested, that are such a clichéd image of the Middle Kingdom. The slopes were intermittently embellished with the famous agricultural terraces, and the land was as fertile as its preceding reputation. This pattern continued all the way to Beijing, and indeed would become our staple view on intercity travel.
At ten past eight in the evening, our train slowed and halted at ...
... deliberately wide enough to land aircraft. We eluded to it briefly within our previous post but there are some cultural differences that struck us instantly from the outset. Firstly men holding their t-shirts up whilst strolling around the City. We discovered that this is them showing a sign of wealth - full fat belly shows they are rich and eat well - perfect, no stress about getting 6 packs! Secondly and most notably both men and women honking there guts up and spitting ...
... It was also first inhabited by Mongolian transplants because this part of the river was thought to be undesirable for local inhabitants. Little did they know that this is now a very expensive part of the city. Those clever Mongols...maybe they should have put a wall up to keep them out... oh wait, they did! (more on that tomorrow)
The rickshaws were amazing and was a wonderful way to experience the local culture in a unique way. Thanks ...
... But their promotor was the star if the show for us. He was out in the crowd handing out flyers. He just had funny mannerisms, he was like a reincarnated Vincent price, he had the same moustache, a cap and wore rolled up shorts and had a neckerchief...priceless. Drunken Scene missing and we ended up back in the hostel. (Also found out the next day I lost the travel cred card somewhere that night, stoopid Darren.) ah sure twas all in gud ...
... Where is my he?" He would point ahead and I would say "Jaiyou! Jaiyou!" "Go! Go!" After a few minutes, I grew concerned. We were no longer on popular streets but were going down random back alleys. The houses were small little rooms and there were fewer and fewer people milling around. The guy started slowing down his bicycling and making a big deal about how hard he was working to pedal my fatness around. I had already planned to give him a little extra money ...
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