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... people's fortunes - you had to pick up an incense stick, and from that stick he could see your future. It cost 20RMB though so I wasn't keen. Kept walking and the water was a beautiful green-blue colour, also this path was quiet and peaceful. Caught up with the others later; they got a boat across the lake to meet me. After some lunch, we started to head home - we had seats on the train this time luckily, so we could have a sleep, it was still very busy though with ...
Today just three of us out of our group did the cooking class. First of all we walked from our hotel to look round a local market. Lots of unusual thing for sale, giant courgettes, eels, frogs, turtles, pigs penis... We ten went to the cookery school and were taught how to make fried aubergine, cat fish in beer sauce, gun poe chicken (I made mine less spicy by adding in the spices at ...
... my Chinese friends as much as I can before leaving! I was going to travel more but Sadly because of the bird flu I can't travel to Beijing however I am heading to Hong Kong this month to get my Tanzanian visa! Also to enjoy some simply western pleasures like Facebook, free Internet use and English chocolate! Can't wait! Spending lots of time planning for Tanzania too at the moment, it's so exciting ...
This was a welcome change from the cities, although I was woken at 03:00 am by the monks praying and banging their drums and gongs on the first day. We took a trek up the mountain where there was some spectacular scenery and some aggressive monkeys. Also some quaint old monasteries, we then had a soak in the natural hot springs in the ...
... I see LOTS of lightening. And our ride is getting substantially bumpier. It's dark out here (I have no idea the time, we've changed time zones then changed again. I can't keep track) and if anyone knows my trust in shoving a flying tin can full of human life 35,000 feet in the air and daring it to defy physics... Well, you get the point. Not an ideal situation. At one point it seemed ...