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Monday. We started our trip. It was a horrible first impression. We took the train half of the day, then the bus for half of the day. We were EXUAHSTED! At least I was. On the train we didn't have a lot of things to do, neither on the bus. It was boring and tiring. But I guess it was a good ...
... And, for a moment, it looked liked we might be spending the next few days in this hell hole because we'd picked the Chinese New Year holiday season as the ideal time to travel. Martin was waved away from the ticket window with derision so up stepped Ben to save the day. I fluttered my blue eyes and got my bus ticket to Wulingyuan and we arrived there in the evening. At the hostel we were greeted by an elderly ...
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... we are, but we were all immediately impressed by the size of the house. It was a two story home with an attic, divided into two identical sides. On the right side of the house, Xu's aunt and uncle lived, and the left side of the house was Xu's parents and brother. The upstairs had no one living in it yet because it was reserved for when the brother would marry in a year or two. Then the upstairs would be his family's home to come back to on major holidays. ...