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just continuing our high paced journey through China....
eerily we had almost an entire hard-sleeper carriage to ourselves for the night. We weren't sure if we appreciated the policeman's warning to look after everything & ended up practically hugging our bags all ...
... dam along the way, we are heading eventually for Yangshou. Only 2 buses and 19 hours of trains to go... ....However, with two overnight trains now under our belts, planning for the bunk bed Olympics is well underway for tonight's train ride which will revolve around who can climb into the bunk beds the fastest. There may also be a pot noodle competition of some sort. Something to look forward ...
Travelling at two hundred kilometers an hour on a train is very relaxing. Probably not so for those in Spain! The tracks seem really straight here in China. The don't go around mountains they go through them. Small towns don't stop them either. They resettle the people somewhere else!
It's common to take three to four minutes to cruise through a tunnel.
Getting a taxi to our hotel in Wuhan wasn't an issue until ...
More than once on the 27 hours sitting on a train seat (not to mention the 12 on the bus from Shenzen to Xingping) I have thought that I got the mix between saving money and time wrong on this trip. If I had flown I would have been able to squeeze a day in in Shanghai. I didn't, so I didn't.
But I did learn plenty on the various forms of transport that I did take. I had a chance to re-evaluate my stand on:
- Smoking in confined ...
... slept till almost noon and decided to have an easy going day (it was still very hot). Later in the afternoon we wanted to get our train tickets for the next day and thought to take a short bus ride to the in-town train station. The moment the bus left (with us on board) Kevin spotted a train ticket agency (this would become handy in just about a minute).
The train station was on top of a small hill (much to the disliking of Hazel) and once up we ...
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