Guan Yuan Hotel
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... shuffled upstairs...we reached the waiting room. We sat for a couple of hours. As it drew closer to boarding time, the line began to grow again to pass through the ticket barrier. The poor guard was clicking every ticket at breakneck speed! We moved with the throng towards our carriage and miraculously found our bench seat...very cozy!during the night the ticket collector was ...
... stunning snow-capped mountain range and tiny traditional villages did a little to calm my fears. This was also helped by the guy sitting next to me speaking some of the best English i've ever heard a non-native speaker speak - it was my lucky day! After he asked to read my book (trashy romance- he wasn't too impressed and any pretense at being cultured I could have made fast disappeared!), he then proceeded to tell me that he was an architect moving to this region ...
... bottle to her face and we kept calling her name while rubbing oilment to her forehead , eventually she was conscious. Initially she tried to keep her pace with her husband who rush her to and she can barely catch the breath. What an encounter.
For me , it wasn't too good for me too.I need to stop to catch my breathe after every 15 minutes, my mom can go further...see.Eventually we did not reach the top as our tour guide gave us only 1 hour up and ...
... no-one could help me there either. I ended up putting the bike on a bus to the next town about 20 km away to try and get something sorted, and I did.
I got off the bus and tried several bike shops but no-one had my size of tyre, it wasn’t long before Jane was due in town so when I met her we checked into a hotel. After some enquiries the owner took us to another local bike shop, but once again they didn’t have a spare tyre my size, so in ...
I am currently on the train from Xi’an to Chengdu in the hard sleeper carriage –
66 berths in one enclosed space with the latest pop sensation ringing out of the
speakers and life going on as normal; slurping at noodles, hoiking & spitting,
smoking, sleeping & snoring and endlessly chattering.
We have been in China for a week now and it has been a relaxed time by Japanese
standards. Still, in the space of that week we have uploaded and posted ...