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... train, unisex squat toilets and the accuracy of the aim of all and sundry....the soles of my Merrills would have disintegrated)
M. 5am and the Carriage Supervisor wakes everyone up to prepare for disembarkation
N. 6.30 we are off (thank goodness) and have found a porter to negotiate the stairs with our luggage and a trolley
M. 7.00 am toilets (ahhhhhh, what a relief) and breakfast (Asian style).....still scratching....made more attractive because the tops are ...
... there until he left. Turns out he has a VPN and reads the news (translated of course) from all over the world—he knew CNN, FOX, MSNBC, NBC, etc. I asked him what he thought of the Dalai Lama and he instantly said, “Very good (in English)!” He smiled big before continuing in Chinese: “But the Chinese government won’t tell you that. They don’t tell the students that—if you read the textbooks, they won’t tell you about Tianamen square, ...
... and bank-rolled the over industrialization of farming, causing a multitude of political short falls. Farms now strive to be large, monoculture and use an array of chemical inputs. In effect, we are left with environmental degradation, economic hardships for farmers and ****** food for us to eat. To further us down this road of crisis, our tax dollars are being miss spent to subsidize the over production of one product, corn. Corn is then ...
... Bus station). In the rainy crowded city, this seemed a better bet than waiting for a taxi.
At the bus station, V was delighted to spot two Laotian registered buses bound for Luang Prabang and Huayxay. We still have one more week to go in China before we start thinking of those destinations. We got ourselves tickets on the 5:30 pm bus to our next destination, Jian Shui. Little did we realize the adventure that was in store for us on the 4 hour journey.
... as it was the only song we could think of that we all knew.
Once it was over they demanded another song, and wouldn't take no for an answer, even after us arguing against it. With it being the last day in November, we decided it would be appropriate to sing a Christmas carol. Never did I think that I'd be carolling in China, to a huge crowd of Chinese students who were clapping along. It was the most ...