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... but when you have 2 people that do not have a clue what the other is saying, you still keep talking in your own language. We kept saying the same thing in English and he kept rattling away in Chinese. After stopping a couple of randoms and getting me to show them the map, he then hit upon the genius suggestion of phoning the hotel and eventually we were on our way. There was wifi at the station, I really wish I had chanced an Uber.
As my co-workers ...
... and wobbled to the floor where he decided to stay and sleep. I really thought the worst snorers had passed, but this guy was something else! My bed vibrated with his noise and I couldn't stand it any longer. I shook him, slapped him, tried turning him over, shone torches in his eyes and even threw water at him. He had woken everybody in the room except Tomas, who was also drunk. The other English guy in my room had also had enough so ...
... Hongqiao Railway station, which has the fast trains. My return trip was only 5 and a half hours. Train travel in China is really convenient and my city is also quite conveniently, and centrally, located for traveling to various places around the country. For now I am relaxing in Shangqiu before heading out on my next little trip. My winter holiday continues for another month; the next semester begins around February 16th. Not too tough to handle!
Having a driver at my disposal, I have not yet been adventurous enough to try the subway system (metro). Several people I have met have assured me how easy it is and I have to try it some time. So yesterday a lovely woman I met from Australia, Linda, who I have been getting to know, said she was heading off to the Blue Calico museum via subway and would I like to come along? Checking my "busy" schedule and finding I had time ...
... looked filled with garbage. It looks like a desolate way to live, and again I was hit with a Canada gratitude moment. To my eyes so far, the city inhabitants have it so much better in this country. It made me sad to pass by these dreary villages, while reading a book set when the people were promised comfort and fortune when the People’s Republic of China was first formed. Hearing about the faith everyone had in the system makes all of this (and ...