Old Street Hotel
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... in two things: 1) it strengthened my conviction that this is dehumanizing, this is why the communist revolution started. 2) I had to pay the porter 10 yuan, because of the 'favor' he did me! Those rascals... Some parts of the stairs were extremely busy. Complete traffic jams, especially where they get very narrow. This reminds me that my Chinese seems to be improving. Occasionally I can have small conversations, and actually understand what people are ...
... mine does contain 7 kilos in books and souvenirs, so it could be true). As the escalator moves up, we wave goodbye and I sincerely hope it will not be another 15 years before we see them again. But the thoughts are pushed away by the exigencies of the present and we are back on our trip. The fast train is indeed fast. The speed is continuously displayed on the electronic bulletin board, and when we are cruising, hovers ...
... the town, which we just caught in the nick of time with the help of a local police man! So we were set and then Gabrelis had a marker on his GPS map from yesterday so we hopped off the bus. However we all looked around and decided it was not the same place so we turned to get back on the bus at which point he drove away! Not ideal but we did eventually sort out for a taxi to take us straight to the train station, via a ...
... until the very very end of the meal! Luckily some of the guys had ordered some more chips so I wasn't holding anyone up, and it was tasty so worth waiting for. By this point, although early (pre-8pm), we decided that it was time for bed. A few of us were planning to get up for sunrise so we especially needed the sleep. The room had blackout curtains which combined with minimal sleep last night and tired bodies meant most of us fell straight to sleep, in a very comfy bed with lots of ...
... better, but it was FREEZING! The bus was almost empty, so I changed into pants on our way to Xixi to pick up Troy, Dora, and Ali. Changing pants on a bus is NOT easy, but I am a pro. ;)
I slept most of the way there, but the tour guide on the bus didn't. He spoke most of the way there. Our entire bus (except us) were on a tour. The last hour I woke up and Troy and I taught everyone about holding your breathe in tunnels. It is so fun to be around ...