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... just go to the normal ticketing office. We were so grateful that Sue and another young guy helped us to find that ticket office and then helped with translation and then directed us to the correct platform because we probably would not have completed the process before 10:30pm which was when the next train was due to leave for Lijiang (getting from one platform with luggage down steps then back up again to sort ticketing then down and up more steps for the ...
... but our sleep was so hard (thanks to the uneven roads, a snorring guy, and to the lack of beds) that we were still very tired after the journey.
Nous voulions faire une promenade a velo sur le vaste plateau tibetain, pres du grand lac, jusqu'a ce que nous realisions que ce serait bien trop onereux et que ca n'avait pas l'aire si extraordinaire que cela.
Nous avons donc commence par explorer les ruelles inexplorees de cette jolie ...
I begin here because this is a daily and inescapable experience for the traveller in China. Last month I regularly enjoyed the tushy pampering of Japanese toilets with their heated seats and cleansing sprays. In addition, the bathrooms there were fastidiously clean and odour free. The Chinese toilet standards are vastly different. Squat toilets are the norm. I do yoga and I still find that difficult. Truth be told, I ...
... veggies, tofu, eggs, fruit, and miniscule bites of chicken or pork here and there (if there is chicken, it’s mixed in with vegetables). Oh, and of course, rice. Luckily, breakfast is much better with fried eggs, toast and even yoghurt and peanut butter! After dinner, I would do my homework and then build Legos, load photos onto the internet, etc. We would go to bed really late, usually 11:30 p.m. or so.
On the weekends … the ...
... separating it from the bedroom and as I was still suffering slight tummy issues I had to keep asking Ashley to turn the music up on the computer and look away every time I needed to go to the loo! This trip's definitely brought us together!
We headed out into town to hunt down a Laos Lonely Planet guide from a Mandarin bookshop. What followed is a first in Ashley's lifetime - he bought a novel and has actually enjoyed reading it, his first ever non-football biography ...