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Travel Blogs from Guangyuan
... trip takes ten times as long. So there are many people standing, lying and sitting in every possible place. On the toilet, on the garbage bins, on the sink, with four people on two chairs, etc. I even heard from a friend that during holidays, people are even sleeping under the seats and in the luggage racks above your heads. I'd like to see that happen..
The landscape was beautiful, I saw the sunrise, since I didn't sleep so much.
... 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 ...
... who can speak some Chinese tells them what we’re up to and they seem satisfied with that. The food is very good, tasty; although the locals are eating raw bulbs of garlic and chilies before their soup comes out I just stick with the soup with noodles, sooking them up as best I can.
Thankfully for me Jane’s a smoker and stops every 20km for a puff which gives me time to catch up with her. She classes herself as a cyclist and has been ...
... in a communist victory. Jianmen Pass was one of the key gateways of the provence of. There are 72 peaks in the mountain and the only road going through the mountain was 50 metre wide. Whoever controlled this 2 km long stretch of the road controlled the gateway of Sichuan, and the nationalists had built an elaborate system of bunkers in the area to strengthen its defense against the expected communist ...
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 ...