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2. In the past, 13 year old teenagers were a lot more productive with their time than nowadays.
3. If you can afford to fly in China, then fly.
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Dave's Transport stats so far:
Planes used - 1
Buses used - 6 (+3)
Trains used - 6 (+3)
Metros/subways used - 14 (+1)
Cars used - 5 (+2)
Russian Campervans used 1
Horses used - 1
Camels used - 1
Taxis used - 1
Lanzhou is one of the biggest military strong points, which will be better for me so that I can trade the silk that I have brought for some of their horses to take back with me for the imperial army. As I was entering the city, I saw the large scientific innovations that the people have built along the river that flows through the city. I had never seen such a city that was built around a river, but it seemed like everything worth-while happened around the ...
... street'. We sat down at an outside bar for a
much needed beer (very hot) and had a lot of fun with a woman selling watches.
She was very persistent and we ended up with a few among our group that we had
to display to the rest of the tour party
when we arrived back at the hotel just in time for dinner. Very cheap -
$2-10 in our currency, fake Rolex and Longines. Still going though!!
We had booked for ...
... ve seen so far and though it has a couple of nice parks, I can't say there's anything that makes it worth visiting. It was the first time on our trip and in China in general that I didn't want to leave our hotel room.
I may be exagerrating a little, though. After running around like chickens with our heads cut off trying to buy either bus or train tickets to Dunhuang (where we are now), we went to the Gansu ...
... look more Thai than Chinese. Weather is amazingly warm, a freshingly weclome after the rainy days in Lijiang. Best of all, the food is amazing. It is a fusion of Thai, Chinese food, uses a lot of chilli, my fave and lemon grass. And my guesthouse is great too. At only 80 RMB a night, it comes with air con and clean sheets. So it does not provide towels but I think I have my best night sleep so far. Probably off to a rainforest hike tomorrow and off then to Laos only on ...