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... 100 Yuan which is $NZ20. Originally our hosts were going to organise meals for us each day but the logistics of that were difficult and the decision was made to leave us to our own devices. However, today is slightly different. We have been told that Nanchang food is significantly hotter than food in other areas of China and finding cuisine that agreed with our stomachs would be difficult if we were to walk into any random restaurant. So today ...
... paid for my ticket again and we wandered around all morning through dilapidated buildings and on hand cut sidewalks. There's not a lot to say about the ancient village, it was the same as most of the villages I have seen, but perhaps there was a more "authentic" feeling there. Probably because people still live there in the old style and there were a lot of chickens running around. I realized THIS is how bird ...
... dances and went down to stroll around the gardens.
For dinner, Leona's mother in law made some marinated pork, dumplings, lotus root and some sort of leafy vegetable. Delicious.
Then we went out to see the giant musical fountain. The biggest one I ever saw. When we got back I was so tired and went right to bed. I took a video but it didn't work.
Here's a link to it on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRixGXU5 Qr8
... a tuk tuk to my usual hotel instead of spending the next many hours waiting for NO ticket! The next day I headed to the ticket window in the city, said more harsh words and grabbed a tuk tuk to the train station and actually invented some rather new harsh words before joining one of the lines. After waiting for over an hour ...
Chinese airlines have a penchant for direct flights with stopovers. I am not sure why this is, but it certainly annoys me--in 2013, one flight number should mean a nonstop flight. Airplanes no longer need to refuel as much as they used to. Our flight was delayed for a million hours yesterday, but we were still able to make it to Nanchang and catch an airport bus into ...