La Nice International Hotel
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... at photography. I think I will appreciate the site more later when I put the travel book description opposite some of the pix taken before the deluge. I at least had my Maid of the Mist rain gear with me. Stylist Dave was taking the mickey out of me for it but it did the trick. D disappeared but managed a taxi back to the hotel.
Off with the Lemur Crowd [Peta and Trav] and D for lunch after I exchanged $700 Cdn for 3,200 plus yuan. Same should do me until [and past] ...
... heard by the climbers around you. There appears to be certain universal gestures and signals that we can all use that aids in our communication with those around us. The fact that everyone was exhausted and struggling with the climb was effectively communicated to those around us. Phil was laughing with a French group after one of the women had a slight stumble. He made the inference using his hands that she had a little too much to drink. The group ...
... Then we walked to another area with a man-made lake surrounded by bars and restaurants, amazing to see at night due to all the lighting (see the photos). We were utterly exhausted which was humbling as the pregnant lady had kept up with us the whole way and was definitely 3rd trimester. I remained jet lagged; Anna was adjusting successfully.
On day three, ‘aunty’ and ‘uncle’ took us into the mountains, just outside of Beijing, where ...
... the second time - he barked at me. Barked like a dog and then meowed at me. It was all in good fun and as we walked away he followed us all barking and trying to make us laugh. Someone bought something from him and then later I ran back and gave him money, because his entertainment was worth something. And he was trying to earn his living. He was a delightful memory.
Next we went to the Honqiao Market. There is a ...
... This was interesting and the grounds were nice around it. It was built in 1420 and was the site where Emperors of the Ming and Quin dynesties offered sacrafices to Heaven and prayed for rain and good crops. I might send more photos later of this.
I didn't notice before, but if you click on the indidual photos they enlarge and ther is narative to the right. I knew I was making the entries, but didn't see them until I tried it.