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Travel Blogs from Wuhan
just continuing our high paced journey through China....
eerily we had almost an entire hard-sleeper carriage to ourselves for the night. We weren't sure if we appreciated the policeman's warning to look after everything & ended up practically hugging our bags all ...
... dam along the way, we are heading eventually for Yangshou. Only 2 buses and 19 hours of trains to go... ....However, with two overnight trains now under our belts, planning for the bunk bed Olympics is well underway for tonight's train ride which will revolve around who can climb into the bunk beds the fastest. There may also be a pot noodle competition of some sort. Something to look forward ...
... dropped off on a corner of a very small street which looked like there would be no way there could be a hotel near by.
Sam noticed the street sign was correct so things must be right and the taxi driver, who had no English, was really positive especially when we told him we were from Australia.
We were confident as we made our way past the small eateries on the pavement in searing heat. And there it ...
... slept till almost noon and decided to have an easy going day (it was still very hot). Later in the afternoon we wanted to get our train tickets for the next day and thought to take a short bus ride to the in-town train station. The moment the bus left (with us on board) Kevin spotted a train ticket agency (this would become handy in just about a minute).
The train station was on top of a small hill (much to the disliking of Hazel) and once up we ...
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