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... merrily carried on our own way. However, 10 minutes later (loaded with enough sweet pastries to feed 50,000), we again passed the same bar, but this time there was now an even larger crowd. The Chinese bloke had picked himself up and was not only expressing his opinion towards the bar that had thrown him out of earlier, but he was also shouting abuse towards everyone in the street. His next move as he vented his anger was an obvious one, he bought a Cornetto from a nearby street ...
... was the place on the Five Springs Hill.
We arrived at the bottom of the hill and I was ready to search all through the suburbs to find Malik, but that's when old Jimmyboy gave out from under me. I still remember them now, his final breaths. On the hard-boiled road, I'd seen some fellas pass, but nothing struck me quite like this. There was my trusted steed, dead on the ground. Now it was me, and me alone.
At a loss, I paced through the suburbs and after ...
... It also started to rain again. We arrived at the Tungsten plant (they mine it up in the mountains. It is creating a better life for many of the locals but not sure about environmental damage). The road was covered with a slimy film which made the last few hundred meters quite treacherous but we all made it and we're glad to see our buses waiting for us. We all climbed in and drove back to the same place we had lunch at on day one. There had ...
... br> to fill out umpteen forms. That done we went to lunch at our latest favourite
noodle place, then had coffee and cake at the bakery.
Last week we bought a tiny Christmas tree,
a few baubles, and fleecy lined wool and bamboo thermals – so we feel we’re
ready to face the coming weeks.
Attaching some random photos just because I
... dried up and I stood up shoulders square wiping my nose and bounded right on up to the girl at the counter. I gave our friend the BUS GONE ticket and pointed to the new ones she had on the counter for purchasing. I showed her my watch and asked for another ticket for the afternoon. She got her calculator out and typed in the price of the tickets we needed and it took every Yuan we had changed at the border to purchase them leaving a huge dent in the ...