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The road to Changsha traversed some impressive country - lots of mountains, a few rivers and trees. We spent most of the day on relatively new freeways. There were few cars on the freeways however, so we could only assume that they were too expensive for the locals. Roadhouses along the way were also fairly new and clearly showed that the volume of traffic is expected to increase in the future. In one roadhouse, I've never seen so many toilets ...
... month), and afterwards we showed only friendliness to one another. I got into the waiting room, in front of one of the A/C units and was cooling off when the ticket lady, who spoke decent English, came and informed me my flight would be late. I thought no problem: Tom’s flight was scheduled to arrive about 5 hours after my flight… My flight ended up 90 minutes late and Tom’s flight out of Hong Kong was 2.5 hours late. Fortunately ...
... for area code. Amazing, it detected I was an American user. The nice student barrista switched it to Chinese, put in my Chinese phone number, then switched back to the English, quite competently. Of course I was at that moment her only customer and she was learning English, though not her major.
Then it was the subway to Wuyi Square. Catching the subway was easy, thanks to the transportation card and only one line to choose from, but ...
... little one I'm using on my computer desk with extension cords plugged into it. That old one can become my travel power strip, in case I come back to this hostel. While it has many downsides, this location is great.
OK, I've been blogging a few hours now and am tiring. We had quite a thunderstorm in the night and after some texting between Vennie and I, we agree we're both moving slowly... but my stomach's also beginning to growl. So bye bye, until later.
... type, one of which I carry in the wonderful new manbag Ruth got me, with external pouches-one for water bottle, one for collapsible umbrella. My umbrella is so far unique, of all the umbrellas I’ve seen over here.
So here we were, just over an hour after my arrival in Changsha, back on the subway heading into town. Now officially we were getting off at the Yingwanzhen station with it’s most notable feature being the Tongcheng Plaza, ...