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... place. However they didn't prove to be so functional - no water!
For lunch we stopped at Changde and we were grateful for a higher standard than we had had for the past couple of days. And then, as we approached Changsha, the traffic snarled -it was a holiday-so we were taken for a very early dinner before checking into our hotel.
Changsha is China's 3rd city and it was near here that Mao Tse Tung was born.
... a bus from Guangzhou got detoured around Lingling and rather than go all the way back into Lingling, it dropped me off at the bus 7 & 25 stop, way north of town. So, I did my 10 minute walk from my school apartment to catch bus 13, rode it 10 minutes to the first stop across the river and transferred to bus 7. It turns out "way north of town" was only about 3 of the 6-7 miles to the airport. But, this is China. Some motorcycle or 3-wheeler going my ...
... was another matter. I'm too considerate to take even 1/2 the photos I'd like to, so you'll have to take my word for this. That station is huge, with eight different exits, and underground shopping that can take you far afield from Wuyi Avenue. I studied the exits map, much dismayed that a) the map itself is only in Chinese characters though for each exit description there was some pinyin, but b) the map violate rule number one of map making: it ...
... of water for 8 RMB.
That done, and my travel bottle refilled I headed out on my first outing of the day, to get a plug adapter so I could eventually plug in my laptop. Again, unlike most YHAs, this hostel is all Chinese and the outlets had a standard 2 prong and a 3 prong- but all flat holes, no round hole for the typical American 3rd prong. I went to Tongcheng's A-Best supermarket and was surprised they didn't sell a single power strip to help me, though in ...
... that the highest single train fare was ¥3. By the way, regarding currency, as America’s is the dollar, China’s is the Renminbi (RMB) and I know that renmin means people, so it’s like “The people’s money” just as China is officially the PRC: the People’s Republic of China. As opposed to say, as delicately as possible, The Republic of China, also known as Taiwan, which the PRC considers a breakaway and renegade ...