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... my ****. I start hyper-ventilating and seething rage. No wonder I am sick if this is how the Chinese handle hygiene. I can hardly function for the remaining 20 min of our flight.
I run off the flight feeling very ill customs and immigration work out smoothly but we spend the next 2 hours trying to get yeun- from an ATM learning about the exchange rate- which brings me to absolute tears in front of the exchange rate counter- One lady was so rude to me ...
... Western Pagodas and they were constructed in the late 8th or early 9th century under the rule of the Kingdom of Nanzhao.
On of my favorite aspects of Chinese culture is how the elderly folks will gather about for exercise routines in the morning. Outside of The Hump Hostel is one of these places were the elderly locals gather to exercise and quite a few of them get dressed up in traditional outfits that make for excellent photographs. ...
... Justin caught up with us and it started to drizzle. (Thats my brother. Always raining on my parade. Wink) Then my mom and another women came along, and at that point, it was wet enough to need an umbrella. Well. It rained harder. And we worried. Eventually, we had to find shelter. After about five minutes, we finally saw the rest of our group. But then we had to wait for about an hour in a little Hawaiian-style thatched roof pavilion type store/bike rental. ...
... my stay. Chinglish (for more info see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinglish) is a mix of Chinese and English that, because of the often literal translation, results in very funny, and sometimes incomprehensible texts (too bad that many signs in the big cities have been changed since the Olympics and the 2010 Expo).
Quick little update - everything is great here! Hostel is great, city is fun, Vietnamese visas will be ready Monday evening, and we aren't sick!
It sounds like our plan is to leave Tuesday morning for the mountains on a bus (they're about 750 km away to the north west) and then if the weather is ...