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I would have given this a 5 star rating except for the lack of wifi.
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... it was a beautiful ride - through the breadbasket of China! We drove past fields and fields of crops - all individual plots farmed by individual families .. . Really beautiful countryside! We have seen lots of big cities and the mountains of Tibet - but we really have not experienced the country . . .
Arnold explained to us how they grow rice. In March, they plant the best quality seeds in a small, well-fertilized ...
... be able to participate today! Yea . . .
Just returned from the visit to the dam. Misty. Rainy. But reasonably warm . . Need to look for the positives. It appears that they rarely see the sun here. Another positive was Susan - our local tour guide. She was adorable and spoke wonderful English! She works for the tourism company that promotes the dam . . She says she is often called the "dam guide" but prefers ...
... There is one small computer room and I struggled for awhile to get online and then realized that I wouldn't be able to access my gmail account anyway as it is blocked. The VPN that I downloaded before we left home has been working amazingly well everywhere we have gone! So - in the upstairs lounge, one can occasionally get the Internet. We were sitting there listening to the talk and all of a sudden - whoosh - the emails came ...
... to Singapore, Thailand, India and other countries. The spicy food is supposed to make you cooler, but eating it, for me, sure make the sweat pour off. Not for everyone, but the hotter the better for me. My two favorite dishes is what is called maopao tofu with ground beef and peanuts. The other is better known, Kung Pao Chicken.
Hotels – well there are hotels and there are hotels. Sharon the general manager of ...
... pagoda. No restrictions were placed on the number of people entering the structure. Hordes of people entered the lower level and gradually we were funnelled through a series of stairways to smaller and smaller heights of the pagoda. Despite the guides reassurance that it was constructed from very strong timber from the mulberry trees, we were all having our doubts and second thoughts about the decision to climb in the first place. In typical Chinese style, there was a ...