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... is a delay of 10 hours. Back to the airport we all went
and through security again and finally off to Xian at 1.30 am. We arrived Xian
without a problem which was good as the plane had a problem and had to be fixed
before it could be used by us.
So the flight was an hour long and so we got to bed at 5 am
and had to get up at 8. After 3 hours sleep we were off to see the famous
terracotta Warriors which didn’t disappoint even on 3 hours sleep.
... there though, waving around his antennae. As we had our little standoff, I decided that I would name him Earl, because Earl had to die.* I slowly backed away and grabbed the first spray bottle I could find--it was only window cleaner. but it worked fine.
When I got back to the spot, he was still just sitting there, and he didn't run away this time. I felt bad for betraying his trust, but I had to do it because Earl had to die.* ...
... they were all like puppets as there stepped forward when they were introduced) etc. Although it is an "upmarket" international cruise there were only about 10 westerners on board. The other 250 were Chinese, many of whom had small children. Not what I expected on an "international cruise". The boat was meant to be 5 star, although I knew that was not going to happen so that came as no surprise. Maybe 3 star!!!!! Everything is exaggerated in China. But ...
... journey by ferry to the Victoria Anna and more food! I now understand what Gail and Paul meant when they said the only decisions you have to make on a cruise are what to wear and what to eat - there is just so much food. Mac is trying his best to sample everything I am trying my best to do all things in moderation.
The lunch break included a heart stopping 20 minutes where I lost my blue jacket. We were trying to get a coffee before lunch and in my toilet stop ...
... there simply are not enough locations even if we dammed EVERYTHING anyway. Solar, wind, geothermal, and wave/tide are much better now and it is right that the renewables baton is being handed to them.
We finished at the dam at 4.30pm, and Andy's mother insisted I return to their house to wait. But I really didn't want to impose on them any more - so asked to be dropped off at a bus stop and go to wait at the railway station. Yes I had to wait six hours, but ...