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... meal. The town was not unlike an upmarket Katmandu. In fact all three villages had the air of McCloud Ganj where Su and I spent a happy two or more weeks doing absolutely nothing many years ago. Tuesday 21st October Up, breakfast and off for an uncomfortable day of travelling made more onerous by heavy rain and a sick bug working its way through the group. Descending from the mountain with our packs on our backs left Roz and I with a dilemma which you can wrestle with yourselves. ...
... walked back along the riverside, people watching and admiring the mountains, which surrounded the city. My people watching skills were on high today and I loved the group of elderly people who had formed some kind of band and were singing and playing instruments on the street. It was absolutely ear damaging singing, and I saw another tourist smirking like me, but still appreciating how sweet they were. Something I have seen throughout China including here ...
... kumquat trees. The fruit was delicious here, besides kumquats, we tried dragon fruit, a type of lechee, oranges and others. The soil must be great as there are fruit trees lining the hills along the Li River. As we walked, we saw many grave sites built by families in the hills, the more elaborate ones with names engraved in stones much like ours, but others with stones built in a circle, ...
... which was really cool to observe. The pharmacy techs were mixing prescriptions. The doctor orders prescriptions of concoctions of a variety of herbs and what not, so the techs were weighing out and mixing all these herbs and then bagging them and giving them to the customers. From here we walked to a nearby train station and picked up the tickets I had pre-purchased from a ticket company online a few weeks earlier. It felt so nice to just walk up to ...
... of 1.3 billion (25 times bigger than the UK!) will find out which of the corrupt bunch standing for election will achieve their somewhat questionable ambitions. As both Bloomberg and the New York Times websites have been closed down for similar comments you, our esteemed readers, might find that we are cut off in our prime (this is also a questionable standard!). You may also be incredibly grateful not to wake up to this drivel every ...