Economy and Trading Hotel
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... that Claire had already pretty much burnt her shoulders despite layers upon layers of suncream. What made the burnt shoulders particularly amusing was the fact that she had been wearing a strappy top resulting in some awesome tan lines that Claire described herself as looking like a twelve year old. To try and combat any further burning we bought a tee shirt from a local market with a very bizarre translation on the back (See photo). The bike ride was good fun and we enjoyed ...
... lengthy break that it seems every white collar Chinese worker enjoys. Around 2:30 she unlocked the door to her office, and my host mom and I had to fight our way past other patients, since notebooks in China can wait in a line but with people don't typically do the same. We won the unspoken battle and I got to be seen first! The main factors involved in Chinese medicine's diagnosis are patient interview, pulse-taking [an intricate science that takes 3-4 years ...
... if necessary. The man was so convinced that we would be begging him to help us out that he decided to follow us as we climbed the mountain. And follow us he did! For over one hour the horses were practically nipping at Zachary’s heels until Michael took up the rear and made like a snail to distance the horses from Zachary. Michael also told the boys that this man thought the boys were weak and if they ask for a horse ride, they would prove ...
... see. No kidding.
The rest of the attractions are man made attractions.
黑龙潭 lake was dried up. According to the guide, it may be due to a recent earthquake that broke the source of the natural spring water.
束河古镇 was one of the three 古镇.
Again, too short time for too many things.
... I had in Taiwan: long hours and painstaking and monotonous pinching.
Finally just exhausted and somewhat dizzy from the whole episode, I wandered back to the station where I discovered waiting room 2. Unlike the other metal chair waiting rooms, this was sparse and had padded chairs and couches. The reason--you had to pay an extra 10 yuan. But this 10Y was good for the entire day until your train leaves, and the penny pinching Chinese travelers tend to see this ...