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... our guide let me go ahead to wait for the other climbers at the first gate on our path. I waved to others far below as they made their way up the steps, and after catching my breath, I started to the next gate. At one of the gates two other hikers joined me, so the three of us continued on and on and on, through and past several other gates until our guide finally insisted that we stop. I asked him what number our last gate was; he said #4. ...
The Chinese are crazy. Chinese New Year celebrations consist of people setting of fireworks at any time of day in any place. When I say any place I mean in the middle of the street just outside of restaurants and hotels. This has been going since we got here and the fireworks are still going every night. As well as fireworks they insist on setting of firecrackers, which are truly terrifying. In the west most of us are used strict health and safety rules when it ...
... noodles to enjoy as a soup afterwards. We were pretty tame with our choices by choosing things we recognised - chicken, beef, pork and veg. Noticing this and obviously misunderstanding our caution for stupidity the lovely owner brought over some of her favourites for us to try - octopus, tongue, heart, squid and brain.
... I made for myself: don't make eyecontact and do not touch anything.
All the shops are open on sunday as well :D
People push and bump everyone everywhere, no problem, thats normal. I mean, with so many people, it's just to much saying sorry to everyone.
Sunday I went with my couchsurf host Alex to a big electronic shopping mall. Or mall.. more like a whole neighbourhoud full of electronics malls. I needed a new battery for my ...
... them from simply being crybabies that never want to do anything, but I sort of have to agree with them on this one. This was hardly community service. Everyone was split into groups and in each group, someone held the tags and when they came across a tree that needed a tag, they gave it to one of the kids to tie up. During this time, students chatted with their elementary school kids and practiced their ...