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... like. Indeed, I can see why it’s famous—the place was absolutely nuts. People,
drunk and sober alike, were dancing all around, and there was a massive stage
in the middle with some performers singing pretty legitimately, as well as
doing some funky Chinese-robot dances (they love the robot here). Beers were
50rmb a pop—roughly $10—so we only bought one per person just to appear as if
we weren’t creeping on everyone, but we ...
... there 35,000 years ago created the Ordos Culture. Before the Qin Dynasty (221BC-206BC) established shires and counties to administrate this area, Ih Ju League was entirely or partly governed by some nomadic tribes. In the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), the Ordos Tribe was divided into 6 leagues.
♥Physical Features: Located in the upper reaches of the Yellow River, the city is in the hinterland of the Ordos Plateau. The terrain is higher in ...
... 7pm date with Diky and Mr. Dimples for dinner in Hotel restaurant where once again we enjoyed some great food and even better company once again it will be hard to say good bye. We were joined by our new friend from the hotel Mr. Bai Xue Jing who has been a great help to us here and I must say we have never had better treatment in China in any hotel we have stayed in. The worst part of holidays is saying good bye.
... was certainly easier than walking. The next stop was the Traduk Temple built in the 7th century by the Tibetan King Songtsen Gombo.
More photos inside and we also lit prayer candle each. From there back to the hotel to do some work on the blog and check on home news via bigpond and also view a few of our videos with Dicky.
Dinner at our hotel was again perfect what more could one ask for in a day.
... entry, the greenness really doesn't go that far back but for me, it has to be enough. So once again I found myself peddling past happy smiling farmers whose lives are spent in their fields and are more than happy to offer a huge smile and wave followed by a loud HELLOW!
On my last Corn Ride I actually had no idea where I was going and how far ...
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