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... and then a man crawled across the
tightrope. Well…he crawled smoothly…kind of like a glide and did all kinds of
acrobatics along the way. The Chinese audience was absolutely thrilled with
this. It is still the simple things in life that make them smile. They are not
into all the high tech stuff and all the add ins we need in order to get a
response. Me…I was happy to have an ice pop todayJ
So, the day ended and we were off ...
... that we’d read about online.
We happily paid the 50 kuai entrance fee and skipped gleefully into the park. We followed the excited holiday travelers down the short path to the famous waterfall and found…
A tiny stream of water dripping from the top of a cliff.
... constantly in order to keep up with demand.
China burns coal to produce power in its thermal power plants. Massive hydro projects like the 3 Gorges Dam are few and far between. Coal is cheap and plentiful, so it gets burned. Trouble is, coal can be dirty. It contains small amounts of mercury and potentially high amounts of sulfur. These things, along with the ash produced, result in air pollution. I am more keenly aware of my energy consumption ...
... for so long. We kept trying to make it there, but for some reason never got there when the weather was still good. Luckily, though, the day we went had pretty great weather for the end of January.
I'll let the pictures tell the story here, as I don't have much else to ...
Today was a somewhat rainy Saturday so we decided to make the most of it and head to this local tourist attraction called Yandang Mountain. We didn't really have much to go on apart from a single picture of what the main mountain looked like, but we went anyway. As it turns out, it is actually a very beautiful area. We didn't even have enough time to check the entire thing out so we will have to go back again some time. Here are some ...