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... have seat covers which hide the seat belts, and the drivers seem to take it as a criticism when when one wants to strap in. Given that we would be doing over 180 km including a lot of motorway, I wanted belts! We got lucky with the weather - it was a glorious sunny day, and the rain seemed to have washed all of the sulphurous fumes from the Shanxi coal burning industry out of the air. It was cool and pleasant. Having said that, we passed a monster of a power station spewing ...
When I got off the bus in Datong, I was met by a representative from CITS, the Chinese Travel Service. He didn't expect me, he is just there to offer tourists a place to stay in the hotel near the CITS office. I was really happy to have him there, as finding your way around Datong can
be a bit dodgey for a foreigner, especially myself. I knew where I wanted to go (the hotel/hostel) but the CITS guy told ...
... to have one manuscript finished off and submitted by the time we get to Xian).
If Chengde was pleasant, arrriving in Datong is kind of like being welcomed to purgatory. Coming into town there is a huge coal-fired power plant at the top of the hill, then it is down into the smog and dust of a valley city that has gone construction crazy. We came past complexes of well over a hundred high rises all being built at once & there were many clusters of construction with 20 ...
... s very informal," he assured me, "just have a few PowerPoint slides and some images." PowerPoint? Images? "It might be about 150 students," he said blandly. "And the topic is…?" I asked. "American culture. You can talk about holidays." It was now about 22 (10 pm) at night and we had planned some sightseeing before the lecture at 16:30 (4:30 pm). When would I come up with this lecture? We decided that Xuesong would do a consecutive translation with ...
... rooms, no power to the electronic locks, and no water in the bathrooms or toilet! Still, at least the cockroaches were a little less obvious in the dark...
Close to Datong we visited Xuankeng Si, the 1400 year old Hanging Monastery, a rickety wooden structure that clings precariously to the sheer cliff face. It was quite fun to explore the many levels, steep narrow staircases and walkways, peering ...