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I was really looking forward to going to this place, because the guy in the Lonely Planet wrote so much about it. However, I don't think he actually went to either of the places I visited today. Unless there was a recent explosion of tourism in the area, it was nothing like he described it. There were insane amounts of people jostling me around all day long, as I tried not to fall into the waterways (think Venice but twice as crowded) There ...
... br> When I arrived, I was all ready to travel across the city to find the hotel I stayed in last week. However, a lady in a red sweatshirt at the bus station told me she had one for the same price, so I stayed there. It even had a washroom and computer in the room! The wiring was a little sketchy. I took a picture for your amusement. ...
I woke up in the morning to miss all the crowds at the ancient kilns. I wasn't disappointed. This is the place where they made all the old ceramics for the emperors hundreds of years ago. Amazing. China has so much history, I can't even handle it sometimes. The sites were all dressed up and very renovated, but I guess that's OK.
I texted Laan Liu from Couchsurfing to meet up with her after lunch. The taxi driver couldn't understand ...
... asked Charlie. Cutty said that he did not know and Charlie said something about flip-flops being a bad choice.
They walked for a long time.
After that long time they came to a concrete structure. "It looks like a bear pit" said Cutty. Charlie pushed through the overgrown path on the other side and then stopped in front of a row of cages. It was a bear pit and it was a zoo. Through the trees Charlie saw a lone iron cage. What animal was transported in that ...
... tried to speak English.
The next day, Charlie Feathers and Cutty Sark walked further up the mountain. The path they followed was surrounded by houses which sometimes seemed to cling precariously to the side of the mountain.
A long time ago the Taiping Rebellion destroyed this place and then a little later many Europeans living in China came to the mountain to visit. They built villas ...