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... my blog. Flatmates arrived, surprise! They are Italian and are nice. It’s my job to show them around. We are very much alone.
6th September (general)
114 days. I miscounted. Can’t tell you other things that happened. Sorry.
7th September (general)
The Italians are nice.
8th September (general)
I went shopping with the Italians. We also explored the town a bit together. Got ...
... off the main tourist circuit, we as foreigners became a
major attraction with the waitresses all wanting their pictures taken with us
on their smartphones.
On my next night in Lanzhou I dined alone at a northern
Tianjin-style restaurant on roast duck with all the fixings, steamed pork buns,
hot and sour soup, and a dish of shrimp, cooked cucumber, and candied walnuts
in a mild sauce. My third night involved a dinner visit to a ...
... land in Hong Kong is filled with reclamation Land. Most of it was under sea. Hong Kong original men were fishermen. In 1846 British people settled in Hong Kong until 1997. They filled the land to how we see Hong Kong now. Later on they rented new areas to local people.Hong Kong is the most populated as an island. British people built horse racing called happy valley as they got homesick at their time in Hong Kong. Hong Kong exports to Europe and other countries are all free. In my trip ...
... can't do enough for you, and always with a smile. Its a fantastic place all round. But alas the time spent there was way to short. I could spend a week or more in that place, purely to chill-out. We had a final one hour trek (if you could call it that) down hill to our bus which was waiting to take us back to Guilin to (hopefully) collect our large packs.
Unfortunately we never got to see much of Guilin either (there's only so much you can pack into a whirlwind ...
... still use two small sticks to eat rice and noodles defies logic. Not to mention that 45 Billion pairs of chopsticks are hacked from bamboo forests each year. If they are going to chop down these forests, at least use them for catalogues!!! We have hit Beijing and defied the sub zero temperatures seeing the Forbidden City, the night market and surrounding Hutongs (read dirty lane ways). The night market was incredible. I had convinced Sue to eat a scorpion but she went off that ...