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... There were 40 of us so we were separated into the various rooms around the courtyard. I was lucky enough to be in the room where the man who owned the complex did his art. He did paper cutting and it was really very nice. We had a chance to purchase some of his art but I hadn’t gotten a chance to get to an ATM and get Yuan. After we ate, which was delicious by the way, we got a chance to ask the lady questions about her life. Lucia said that questions about age, income, ...
... and turned up, he wouldn't have noticed it. Then I remembered that I have 60 free minutes on Skype each month as part of my uni Office 365 subscription, so I used that to call home and voila! I got to talk to Glenn and my girls for the first time in two days! That was lovely, but it was very sad to see how upset Elisabeth was when I had to go. I went with some of my group to have dinner at one of the campus restaurants that we had been given food cards for. ...
... to a Palace, to a Temple again. You could see why it was used as a palace, as it is so big, and reminds me of a little Forbidden City. Each doorway you step through leads to more mini buildings. They also have hugely impressive statues of Buddha, some 4 storeys high. All of them are so intricate, filled with colour and gold detailing. I really enjoyed seeing the historic building, as well appreciating the art everywhere.
On Sunday, I visited ...
... of instigating that plan. Our American friend David also plans visit Ping Yao as there is an International Photography Festival there. It seems like our timing is perfect and so we begin the next phase.
Booking onward budget travel in China is easy once you know how. You just ask the giggly girls at the Hostel desk to book two tickets on the train to where ever it is you want to go a couple of days before you want to go there. Provided there are ...
... couch. There is also an oven. At least I think that it’s an oven. It might be a dishwasher. I can’t figure out how it works. But I guess I won’t worry about it too much since we won’t be here very long.
Yesterday one of Andy’s friends from Germany got into town. He will be staying for two weeks. Right now he’s crashing on the couch but he will be taking over our room when Ben and I move out. Ben and I are still trying to check ...