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... 15 - Susie 5) and going back to our rooms to write diaries and the like. Yesterday we went to one of the watertowns that are dotted around the outskirts of Shanghai. From what I gathered they are quite picturesque and some of them are a little Venice like. It was ******* it down when we left the hostel. Turns out my waterproof mac is ****. We went for brunch down Huanghe Road, famous for its food. Well, I say famous, I'd never heard of it before I looked up the best rated ...
... Unless you are able to factor and plan for every single detail of a trip, which is extremely hard to do when you are traveling to a foreign country, it will probably end up costing you more than you think. Take my first experience as an example. Sitting in the Wan Chai Consular Department with my application filled out to receive a visa for entry into Mainland China, I was unaware that different rates were charge based on a person's nationality. For ...
... Wen Temple) and the other is dedicated to a famous military hero General Guan Yu, what is ineteresting is that the temples are only about 50 metres away fro each other, which is supposedly quite unusual in China. When you walk into the Wen temple there is a stone fish, if you throw money into the mouth you are supposed to make a wish, there is also a stage area where students would have been taught. ...
... people got off and on people would try and find spare seats, at one point we were able to sit down for a little bit next to some friendly young people, but the original seat owners eventually showed up. I have never been so glad to arrive at a destination, it was about 11:30pm when we arrived in Guilin and we had been on the train for nearly 24 hours. I am so so so so happy that we have seats or bunks booked for the rest of our ...
... shake! So what does the chinese do? About 40 of them run out on the bridge and starts shaking! That is so typical chinese! Hi hi!
Then on to see the amazing view of the rice terraces. About a 30-45 minutes or so climb up stair full of local people trying to sell their stuff. Quickly learned the word 'bo jao' meaning no (not want)
The view from the top was amazing though! The rice terraces rise up to a 1000m and is truly an amazing piece of farm ...