Mianzhou Hot Spring Hotel
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... the advertising has changed from horrible winter jackets to more happy things. Winter and her beautish snowy picturesque offerings are but a fast and make great Christmas Cards and perfect Post Cards.
I feel no warmth, no offerings of warmth just tiles and concrete.
Seasons have changed,
I took this picture (rubbish man with bras) from what was a trash ...
... claim to be cracking down on public corruption. Not for me to evaluate these big issues. It's very hard for a foreigner like me to know what's going on or even to criticize a place that is changing so fast in ways I cannot fully understand.
It feels China will continue to advance while the U.S. battles over evolution, prayer, etc. It's exciting to be here and feel the pride and determination of the people to carry on however menial ...
... to get done? I mentioned Plato's comments on democracy in The Republic, but that didn't help much. But they now have a better idea of checks and balances, and how advertising helps shape our opinions.
Chen also took me to another big park in Mianyang then we said goodbye to his parents. His father is helping us get ready to catch the train in a few minutes. A few birds are already up, time to see more of ...
... saw. He also advises his customers to try the Paluda, a dessert from Myanmar, one of his favorite places to visit.
Good luck Chris, Wen & Mr. Li, I hope you have a success. Dali should be a friendly place for your international style.
Before leaving I Dali on the 24th I biked at dawn south of the ancient city walls to see sunrise somewhere different. I ended by an old gate where t'ai chi and dancing attracted a few hardy souls. Tourists were coming out of ...
... shade trees cut down for buildings, the construction process nevertheless is fascinating.
Luckily I had a chance to do a great bike trip w/ a friendly ex-pat, David, who encouraged Steffan and I to visit the Backyard Bar, run by a Quebecois guy, for a St. Pat's concert. The bar's sort of hidden behind some old garages, but worth finding. David's band, "The Three Drunken *******s," did well until the lead guitarist was no longer able to stand from ...