General Political Department Of The Cpla, Shahe Training Base
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... so much stuff. Here's something my mother said not to do! My cousin, Hilary, and I get in one cab and my aunt and other cousins get in another. Hilary and I are sure we are about to be on the next "Taken" movie. But, then we realize our aunt' scan is right in front of us. Phew! We finally make it to the hotel at about 1:00am. Needless to say, we all passed out as soon as we were able. What did I learn? International travel is not for ...
... walk was steeper, but we got there. We purchased our tickets for the chairlift and toboggan and headed on the chairlift to the top to start our climb.
We started the first section which went downhill which was easy, then the first uphill steps were upon us which were quite thick, like about 40 cm high and lots of them.
The climb was fascinating with so much to see amongst the fog and after a while ...
... that doesn't hurt at all. It was at this point that a machine and wires appeared wheeled in on a trolley. I asked him what was going on and the only English he could muster informed me to "why stool" which I assumed meant to not move. At this point he attached the needles, currently residing in my back muscles, to wires which in turn ran to a power source. "Ok?" was the advanced English I was then communicated as he ...
... and all the people are staring at me.
Yesterday we went to the Summer palace. The coolest thing I saw was the bird that looked like a Magpie. And the second coolest thing was the Buddha Incense Tower. We went on a paddle boat around a lake and we had to walk down more than 100 stairs. There are lots of people and they want to shake my hand, talk to me and take photos with me because of my blond hair. We had a ride in a Tuk-Tuk. Last night we went ...
... by small streets full of rooftop bars and restaurants. The place comes more alive at night with nicely lit bridges and shop fronts as far as the eye can see. We stop at a large restaurant on the outskirts for a beer, tomato & egg noodles and fried greasy pork pancakes. We know, hmm. The rest of our time is spent booking some of the next few destinations and catching up on our jet lag. Next stop, Pingyao. Phrase of the day: On the road ...