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... the local drivers totally respect our safety.
Pork & Pigs: How Much Does Pork Make Up My Life In China?
After several conversations with the Flash N Whirly's about diet I have come to an understanding that many of the young Chinese are now cutting pork from their diet and this got me to thinking; Where does Porky The Pig fit into my life and after ...
... br> He’s introduced me to new friends, found a pool hall for us and friends to play pool, his wife has many absolutely stunning friends and unlike most Chinese is totally right there with me when I fight to pay my part of any meal/nights costs. It seems that finally some Chinese are now ‘hip’ to all pay their share ...
... the hotel looks remarkably the same. We took a leisurely stroll in Peoples Park, which is now free. I seem to remember having to pay a few yuan back in the day. We then reboarded the van to head to Renmen Square. But, we got off to walk down the small lane where all of the clothes shops used to be. They are still there too. Oh how happy I was my wife was not with us or that 15 walk would have taken hours because she would have wanted ...
... But it did.
I hiked up, which took a little over an hour but wasn't too difficult (my legs were shaking by the time I reached the top though). The view from the peak was great, though it would've been even better if it wasn't so damn foggy. Still well worth the long hike, I'd say. The way back down was a bit ********* my knees, as it was quite steep. I left through the main entrance and saw that I hadn't missed out on anything by taking a "shortcut".
... lunch we had on Sunday (yesterday) with the school and my boss Owen Buckland.
More on that in my next blog: Wuyishan & Da Hong Pao Part 2
The soundtrack to this entry was by Meat Puppets
The album was ‘Too High to Die’