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... beeps of the sirens interrupting the already frayed nerves. Checking in the luggage and getting our passports checked felt like an eternity as we were constantly trying not to make any eye contact with the airport security. Meanwhile the mobile phone was ringing off the hook, threatening messages from the school with more reports of deportation and arrest, friends and managers advising us to run and get out of the ...
... wind was gently blowing a gaudy collection of sequenced skirts and chiffon tops around. In front of the wash line, what looked like "ham radio operators" were frantically trying to tune a bevy of brown and pink radio dials mounted to breasts in all shapes and sizes. My captor was starting to get frustrated because her punter was not reacting to her serpentine gig, that by now was almost a wild thrust. I felt her hand slide down from navel to ******, as she tried to jump start ...
... slurps and gnashing of delicious hot boiled dumplings. A round of photos. Some more dumplings and another round of photos. The conversation was flowing (as much as can be expected with Kevin interpreting almost every sentence). Someone suggested that a trip to the local gay club was a good way to spend the rest of the night. " there are gay clubs in Yinchuan"? Andre and I chorused together. Queer boys doctor of sexually transmitted diseases Lia ban then a woman Rent boys Sad drags Audi ...
We started the day by heading straight to have a cappuccino at the great little cafe we'd found the day before. We then took local Bus 1 to the railway station (for Y1!) where we flagged a taxi to take us to the Western Xia Tombs. At the tombs we munched the leftovers from the previous days dinner for lunch, before going through the gates and getting on an electric car. This took us to an odd museum which we breezed around before following signs to a strange art gallery ...
... quite surreal, not helped by the fact that we had virtually no English information about the site. Firstly we paid for a boat which took us across a scenic natural lake to a drop off point which was crammed with tacky tourist stands, including archery and a zip line. We'd had to wait for a Chinese tour group in order to get the boat and so we now went with the crowd to what we hoped would be the ancient fort. This however was not the case as it emerged that we were being forced in ...