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... is not being rude to the Chinese in any way shape or form but travelling by hard seat is not the way I want to travel. For a start it is a huge battle to get on the train as the compartments are rammed full of people standing in the isles as they are not enough train seats for the sheer amount of people travelling around China. Then there is not enough for the sheer volume of stuff with which these people travel. It would appear that most ...
... was that we checked out the Grand Canyon of the mountain. It was stunning, but it was hard to get pictures due to the rain.
Then we checked out the actual handmade road the village people made. It was breathtaking and it would make a great running trail. So dark due to the weather, but the mist added a horror movie element to the road.
For the afternoon, we learned how to do paper cutting. Nick was in charge ...
... at us. We got on the bus.
At a pit stop, I ate at the restaurant Justin recommended. I sat at his table by accident. He ordered extremely amazing food. I was able to speak with Kevin, one of the people in charge of my program, about why he decided to work for TBC (my program).
Following lunch, we drove to the Taihang Mountain. Right before we arrived, Justin revealed that there would be a ...
... but we made it. We unfortunately could not devour Wilson the Third because Phoenix forgot his knife. We did not, however, starve.
Back in Taiyuan, we went back to our first lunch place in Shanxi for our last meal together. We toasted with the last of our tea to a great success.
We got there with about four hours before our train was to leave for Beijing. Over lunch, I joked that we should ...
... us to be completely prepared considering we were living off crackers and Phoenix's watermelon for hours before we finally stopped to eat a proper meal.
I've also failed to mention that I've found an adequate substitute for milk. I've been dying for some real cow's milk, but as that's not exactly a thing here, I've discovered fermented milk. If you've ever had Greek yogurt, it has that ...
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