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The 2013 Summer Beers N Noodles Adventure.
Finally, with new VISA and passport in hand, let it begin!
After a week of night riding and beer and BBQ with lycra clad Chinese bike riding beauties where did you expect the 2013 Summer Beer N Noodles to begin? No better place than ...
... later. Afterwards, it was time to go back to Ji’an.
Our bus was leaving from Ji’an the next morning, so we had to go there the night before. This time we stayed in Ji’an proper. Ji’an is a nice city. Its bigger than An’fu and Hechuan but not as big as Nanchang or Chongqing. His uncle got us a ridiculously nice hotel with a pretty good view of the river. We hung out and then met up with his uncle and some aunts for a final dinner. His uncle ...
... the local atmosphere congealing every last drop of moister on our heads and bags. The streets were braded streams and by the time we got into a taxi, we were saturated. We made it to the hotel and went up to meet Paul’s dad and his uncle. The both live in two cities about 2 hours away. They had driven to NanChang just to pick us up. They were a little nervous, as most family members are, to meet us. They were very kind though. Asked if we wanted to shower and then get food. ...
... br> Perfect choice and off we went.
After visiting the local temple we headed towards the pagoda and found the Gothic Catholic Cathedral which was first built in 1908 and with a floor space covering an area of well over two thousand square meters it is the third largest Catholic Church in China but as churches always are, ...
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