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... the wall, but it came to an abrupt dead end after a few hundred metres and we had to go back to where we started.
We went into the Dali Museum. On the ground floor were some fairly uninteresting (to me) archeological finds, bits of metal and pottery, but upstairs were dozens of Ming figurines that had been buried with notable local people. Then detail on some of them was exquisite, and they must have been invaluable as a historical resource to give ...
... a women when she desires. So the women have children from different men, but often don't know who the father is. Recently, though, the women have been marrying Han men, and they expect to work. So some of the Bai men have started working, though they are scoffed at by the other Bai men. In the fields, it is mainly the women who are working, with the odd man being sighted. Fascinating. Will write more tomorrow. Night ...
... system is quite good, very comparable in many ways to the United States'. But the road we took to the plant was more like a country back road filled with twists and turns and potholes! We finally arrived around midnight. The plant has dormitories for its workers who usually spend the week there and then go home on the weekend. I stayed in somebody's room for the evening. It was very nice with a very nice hot shower! Today we ...
... of China I guess, is an odd mix on young people looking and acting fully western and older people looking like they are still living 200 years ago. You can see women with old withered faces carrying large baskets of vegetables or other supplies on their backs walking past teenage girls wearing short mini skirts on their iPhones. There are also tons of Chinese tourists in this town. At one point Dan got mobbed by a bunch of them wanting to take ...
Oh, and I'll finish this off by listing some of their rules there:
- Vegan diet only. Turns out when tofu is fried and spiced to oblivion, it can be quite nice.
- No smoking/drinking
- Women and men are kept strictly apart - different wings.
- Wear 'proper' clothing only.
- No 'going to the toilet' within temple grounds.
The steak and beer I just had was amazing.