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... around the square. Such a bustling place. A ton of activities for little kids: trampolines with harnesses, a larger trampoline with netting around it for slightly bigger kids, a motorized panda on wheels, a miniature train to ride, rollerblading, etc. It was like a carnival. Then there was the dance group I've come to expect in public parks around evening. Anyway, the train station itself was very nice ...
... of our time finding hidden art treasures.
Most of what we found was Chinese graffiti on the walls. We also found a wall dedicated to Maozidong. Some of his speeches and quotes from his little red book, all written on the wall.
Afterwards, we headed toward the city center, and after chilling for a while, met up with a friend of Kidd. We had planned on going to a Swedish concert that night. It took quite ...
After a much needed lie in today we were off to spend the night in a rural Chinese farm. We stopped along the way at a river so we could go swimming surrounded by the mountains. We spent an hour here and saw 2 local women fall in fully clothed as the rocks were quite slippy! (Ramsey the tour guide had to jump in and save one of them who couldn't swim!) After quite a dramatic swim and drive through the mountains (including trying ...
... in the opposite direction as the others. It had a nice view of all of the other peaks though. Next i started to head to the rest of the peaks which had a long track of stairs to get there. Along the way I ended up having to turn around an back-track for a while cause a guy was coming down the hill with two big things of empty plastic bottles and took up the entire path. It felt like he was Gandolf saying "You shall not pass". I eventually made it up the stairs and continued to climb ...
... have to either draw straws or evaluate which one of us would be best in terms of nutritional value and caloric content. Before we could resort to cannibalism, everyone sort of drifted off to sleep to conserve their energy.
We did, however, have one casualty. Phoenix has a habit of going out and buying fruit wherever we go, and he usually has had a melon of some kind as we tour around ...