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... It gets old after a while, especially when you want to sleep in at some point. I believe it is this fact that caused us to set off our fireworks the way we did: at ten o'clock at night right in the middle of an apartment complex. In true American fashion, we decided to do what we wanted and let international diplomacy be damned.
The first few we lit were tiny and harmless, but were also infinitely entertaining to a bunch of ...
... to Longmen Grottoes. It was interesting go see millions of Buddhas carved into the stone mountains. All different kinds, shapes, and sizes of Buddhas. Each section of carvings had it's own distinct meaning. What was most incredible and heart stopping was the sheer size of 3 giants Buddhas that were carved into a high section of the mountain.
It was another incredible day! Now we are headed back to the dorms and packing for our weekend trip to ...
Are there subways?
There are no subways where we are. Luoyang is a very provincial town. People are more traditional, and the city itself, while modern, is definitely more backwards than many other larger cities in China. I'm going on a trip next week to the other side of the country via train, so I will let you know how that goes!
Do the older people still wear the Mao outfits?
I haven't really ...
... that it won't be finished before I leave as it looks really impressive.
We caught a taxi home and I went to Mia's for a coffee and Jenny went home. Both of us needed a rest as we were off again to Longmen.
It was difficult for me to judge the timing, as we wanted to see it in daylight and then stay for when it is lit up. We did a pretty good job of it and only had to wait half an hour at the end before it was dark enough for the lights to make ...
... had motor bikes, but even that was rare. Now most of them have a car.
Another surprise was the extension of our old town, with many apartment blocks being built, and a few very high rise apartment blocks 20-storeys high. Previously, all apartment blocks were limited to six floors, which was the maximum height before you had to include a lift in the building.
Because we have been visiting friends ...
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