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... could ever begin to comprehend. However, that doesn't mean I have to stick around to hear about it though, in broken English.
Anyway, I walked all the way into town, where I was still early for the museum. There was a Carrefour on my map, so I went there for coffee, peanut butter and yogurt, which cost about $40. On the way back, I realized I didn't even look for butter and cheese. Oopsie.
When I got back, the museum was open. It's just a small one ...
I went to Luoyang again and stayed with Courtney and Chris again. Courtney was busy volunteering, so Chris and I went to the White Horse Temple without her. It was drizzling and cold all morning and when Chris came to meet me at the train station, for some reason he was wearing a T-shirt and sandals. I meekly offered him my extra shirt and later he said it saved his life. He looked a little ridiculous in argyle and a cowl neck, but what can you do?
... huge. Truly an impressive sight. Have a look at some of the pics.
Besides the statues, there were a temple and even the summer residence of Taiwan-Founder Chiang Kai-Shek. And so we had, despite the mind-boggling heat of almost 40 degrees – a very nice afternoon.
The heat took its tool and so we decided to rest for another day before heading to Beijing (and we also couldn't get any train tickets earlier – just crazy how fast the trains in China fill up).
... away move as it is too cold for them. Cindy sits with a jumper on as she gets so cold.
My apartment is air conditioned as well but I am having trouble with the controls as I seem to pushing too many buttons. Morgan has been over and explained the dials for me and I have written them down but it is still not easy.
I have been trying to follow the politics but again that is not easy. All that is on is ABC 24 and that gives ...
... a magnificent five star palace of marble and gold. The hotel Mudu, we checked in and went to our rooms.
The room was enormous, with a dressing room and study area a bathroom with its own chandelier. More lights and light switches than I could find, and a special shelf by the loo for your phone. I had to send a file to the US so needed to get on line, unfortunately all the investment in lights and porcelain had evidently not left enough for ...