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After our evening in Shanghai, we embarked on our exciting four-day China overland adventure, leaving the ship with 14 ...
... The dismay at the unprettiness of our surroundings was soon remedied by our arrival at the hotel; we had been informed by the tour leader that our inglorious lodgings of the previous week had helped save for some degree of splashing out here, but we had not paid much attention. It transpired that for once they were telling the truth. The good mood engendered by our relatively opulent surroundings was further enhanced by the knowledge that we would ...
... a tuff one after a long day of trail walking, the constant stairs down was actually quite ******* the body, it would have been better with an actual dirt track instead of the stairs i think. But, we made it.
We are now sitting in our Hulong style courtyard hotel in Beijing, finally catching up on some blogging and preparing for the great wall, forbidden city, and other sites that Beijing has to offer.
... currently learning to play Xi'an's traditional sport. The sport is basically a performance, playing a drum and dancing with a very happy expression in our faces. Last Tuesday we had only practiced with the drumsticks, but this Tuesday we also included the drums in our act. It was an exciting, yet very tiring experience for everyone. The coach told us to relax our shoulders and then move our hands freely, which for me was kind of impossible to ...
... 1950, but "it had emerged in China 2200 years before. How amazing it is!" I don't understand how something can be invented three times, in any case. It was the same thing in the towers--slight references to things that put other countries down in some way or just praised the country's past. It's like going to see the type of nukes America used in WWII and a sign says "some countries still don't have the technology that the Americans did in the 1940s!" None of this offends ...