The Stone Bridge-Home Sweet Home in the Valley
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... overnight train (to be spoken about later). Chengdu is a city of around four million people so not notably large by Chinese standards but certainly one that is putting itself on the map. That posh bloke who lives in downing street happened to be there at the same time as us. I contemplated finding him and throwing an egg right in his gob but figured I'd be beaten by Chinese police and sacked from my job in the UK. Chengdu is located ...
... I get home if no one waves or takes my photo!!
After a great afternoon, we had a quick turnaround and went out again this evening! This time we were going to watch the light and music show by the producer Zhang Yamou, who also produced the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics. The show was called Impressions Lui Sanjie and it had 600 cast members, including local fishermen and farmers. The backdrop is 12 illuminated karst peaks ...
... when she finished but I was fine. I'm really glad I did it.
G: Over the last few days we observed this pattern and figured most of it out. Our friendly hostel manager Paul explained the rest: Starting in early afternoon, a steady stream of large boats from Guilin unload tourists at the far end of Yangshuo’s seller gauntlet, the covered walkway beside the river. The tourists march behind their leader’s flag ...
... the locals like to think that the it resembles a monk and a nun bickering, along with Chaoban Hill looking like a tablet held by officials in court in ancient times.
Arhat Hill is also said to look like a smiling Arhat monk exposing ...
... The shop keepers were quite amused w/ google translate. I then took a subway and a bus to the bus station, pointing a piece of paper I prepared in advance that said "bus station please" in Chinese as I got lost along the way. I was sweating in my sweatband, sports bra, and leggings while carrying my bag which seems to feel heavier and heavier each day. It's probably only 30 pounds, maybe I'm getting weaker. The temperature is rising each day, which doesn't help.