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... visited the Old House and enjoyed a tour with local guide (as opposed to our friendly guide) Christine. Again, the guides give you a detailed insight into the significance of the history of this traditional meeting place. Travellers, farmers and soldiers could all find refuge in a " house" in the city. They could take shelter, share food and borrow money to get started. Each of the village groups would have their own "house" in the city. The wooden structures have been vulnerable ...
... what most of it was except for plant or animal (clue was if it was on a bamboo skewer) and even then there could be a question or two.
Next we headed first class on the fast train to Chongqing to catch our cruise up (or is it down) the Yangtze River! Boy do we ever look like the ugly Americans when all 15 of us move from one place to another with 3-4 bags each. Most local people travel with one small bag and a box. I could be anywhere traveling on a train with ...
... to make sure you can afford them?
o To get married here – you better own a home first. Has this thought been in our Western mindset in the past 65 years?
o We in the West have been brainwashed that communism is bad (enabling us to hate most of Eastern Europe, Cuba and China). Yet the richest and best jobs belong to members of the Communist Party (Government).
o The people ...
... After we'd seen him in full we re-traced our steps and took the same bus back into town. From then on the complete absence of any skills in Mandarain communications became apparent. The bus went a different way, we couldn't ask anyone where it was going, we couldn't read the names of the stops. So we got off the bus. So few people in China speak any English whatsoever that communicating is, at best, very hard work. Common 'Western' handsignals such as counting ...
... to these Chinese people that I needed to find a post office and to wrap the vase in news paper. They really go to great lengths to find people that can speak English to help you.. They were ringing friends and speaking to other tourists and roping in anyone they could find to help translate for me and assist me. It really is very sweet and I am pleasantly surprised.
So armed with the map I started walking and asking various people along the way if I was ...