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... brought us back to Tunxi where we spend some more time in the old street to wait for our flight back. We also found a wonderful café with the best coffee (that is what they claimed and that is what it indeed was!) and cheesecake which tasted like German cheesecake. Yummy! The café we also frequented for the dinner and then our guide brought us back to the airport where we had to wait a long time until our flight (delayed) took us back home… That was a very long day but it was so worth ...
... to kill before dinner. We all went and walked the circle around town. And that was really all there was to see. It was a really small place that was pretty much just a circle full of convenience stores and some hotel branching off. There was a bakery that I was selling a red-bean cream puff looking thing that I am kicking myself for not buying bc it looked super delicious but dinner was soon. After that fun adventure We all went inside and broke up into card groups. I ...
... 8220;well yes actually Richard,
yes I am free now.” Haha AND to top it all off Richard sweetened the plan a bit
by saying the school would totally book/pay for my train ticket!...which I
gotta say is all the more awesome as its not nearly as cheap as the trip by
bus/train I was planning to Dehang…so yay! A quick acceptance/a few more trips
to the ticket office/some very stressed (of course) sounding
messages-emails-calls-and all other methods that ...
... Drunken fish are literally pieces of fish soaked in alcohol and vacuum packed. They have multiple kinds of drunken fish! Our final stop was at a silk place. We saw the different stages of silk worms and how they collect the silk from the cocoons in very fine threads and then twist them together into thicker strands. They showed us the difference between mixed fabrics, fake silk and real silk. If you try to burn silk it will only form a hard edge ...
As we drove around the city, all we could see was huge boxes everywhere and trucks moving goods around. We were pretty sure this is where a lot of good are made and we could make out factories in the buildings. It was eye opening especially after all the documentaries we have seen.
We then went to another city called Hengdian, which is China's equivalent to Hollywood and Universal Studios. ...