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We arrived in Luoyang under the cover of darkness - and over 2 hours late. On the 40-minute ride in a bus without luggage compartments (kinda like the 40-30 to the Port Authority in NYC - inside thing), it was tough to see our surroundings due to severe humidity and external temps of 32 degrees Celsius at 10 PM. From what I did see, Luoyang appears …
... car. After a few more of the fire sticks, lights began to go on in buildings around us, and people began to yell. However, it was the Fourth of July, and we put up with their fireworks the rest of the year, so we said neighbors be damned and lit one of the large boxed fireworks on fire. Was it a mistake? No. Was it miscalculated? Yes. The noise and light that exploded was tremendous. This was unlike anything I had ever bought before. ...
... the bus window and I can see blue sky above the smog. There are a lot more motorcycle and pushbikes on the road here and the city is smaller with a population of about 6 million. Peter said Luoyang is a small city in China. 6 million, is that all? Small, not by our standard! I keep looking out the windows of hotels, buses and while walking along the streets and all i can wonder is , "Where are all these people going?" It doesn't matter what time of the day ...
... and others have yellow. Some open at the bottom, and others open at the top. They all have the same English words written on them: For thick strong hair. But they are all different colors, and there is some difference, however unapparent it may be. As you have been pondering the preponderance of what you hope are shampoo and conditioner, several saleswomen have been edging ever closer. They talk in Chinese among themselves, while their gazes ...
Well, I am not partying now, as my drain is blocked in the bathroom, and the water was everywhere. I have managed to dry the room out now, and am awaiting help to fix the problem, as I can't use the toilet. The problem is that Joy School has the day off today and no one is answering their phones. I haven't worked out what I am going to do yet, as I will have to go to the toilet soon. I shall have to go around the corner to the hospital I think.
Alex and ...
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