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... bit warmer than it is outside. However, they don't heat any place at the school, and the hallways are all open-air. Still not a big deal if you keep your doors and windows closed, only THEY DON'T. I always get up and close the door after people who walk into the office. I laugh thinking back to when I was little and my parents would ask me if I was born in a barn when I would leave the doors open. It's not just the doors, but the windows, too! The kids ...
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Arrival in Yichang at about 10am and it is raining so what better way to keep dry than to visit a museum to check out some artefacts from 7,000 years ago which they found when they were digging the Three Gorge Dam. Interesting fact was that the museum was trying to raise funds to they ...
... involved, some from the embassy. This was followed by a lunch in the cafeteria, where we were treated with a more home-made-style meal. We were serving ourselves as if we were students! It is quite interesting to eat in front of the cameras!
We took great pictures outside with the representatives. The maple caramel was again a big hit.
We jumped in the minibus and went sightseeing in Xi'an, in a ...
... were a blur, but basically Yichang is a very hilly city on the edge of the Yangtze River. It clings to the edge of the water and up steep hills and mountains rising up from the water.
We got off the bus for me to buy a train ticket to my next city Chongqing, and new mobile phone simcard as the one I'd bought from Shenzhen had finally run out of credit. By the time we got back on the bus I was exhausted.
Forty minutes later we were off the bus and walked ...
... finally!) - luckily one of the management spoke English as at one point we had all 4 of the staff crowding around the computer trying to work out how to add a UK phone number to the entry, quite amusing. After a McMuffin breakfast (seems like fast food is the best option for breakfast too!) we boarded the bullet train to Yichang. We took it in turns to sit in our one designated seat and stand in the corridor throughout ...