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... Another day done and dusted and we were eager to head back to the New Era and sleep...just two to a room...on a hard bed......without the clickety clack as a background symphony.
Pedometer reading: 22 648 (phew, that's a big one)
Temperature: 30 C
@MissMJA via @MrsAngell thanks for the tip. Boiling water we can find by the gallon ....but just a little trickier to find a metal spoon in China. Vile smelling cream is working a treat. I wonder what it has in ...
... dinner we took a look at the stars our city lights paradoxically shade from our metropolitan eyes and then headed to bed.
We woke up in the morning and had another bowl of those perfect breakfast noodles and then got our stuff ready. We were ready to roll, but there was no way we were getting out of there without having our last sips of pu’er tea. We sat at the tea table on the patio as the morning haze lifted from the valley below and drank red tea with the two ...
... China as Confucius driving a Lexus.
While in China, we were charged with studying sustainable agriculture. So naturally, for four weeks we lived on a farm. Our farm is called Eden. It is located within a small village two hours outside of Kunming. Eden isn't just any ol' farm, it is the subject of a new governmental project in its first year of implementation - its aim is to create a method of producing food more ...
... the mask on our cab driver's face was due to the presence of dust in the city.
In quick time we had checked-in to our hostel and within an hour taken a trip on a local bus to the Yaotang temple. Reading these blogs may give you the impression that we are devout Buddhists, but our motives are much shallower. Buddhist temples in China usually have Vegetarian restaurants attached and this is what we were really after. The temple itself was picturesque and ...
... 8220;Would you like some tea?” because it is considered good manners in China to offer a person a choice.
Learning Mandarin was not easy and requires years of hard work and dedication. However, understanding the Chinese culture is easier and only requires an open mind and some basic social skills. The more we traveled, the more convinced we became how important it was to make an effort to get know and interact with Chinese people.