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... things like directions or trying to get recommendations, not at all helpful. There are a few exceptions and I will explain those in a moment in pictures haha 3. I knew going there that there would be minimal white people but that is the understatement of the year- there was no white people. I've never felt like such a minority - I was somewhat used to this from Hong Kong the previous year but nothing prepared me for it. They often stop and stare at you for ...
From Vietnam we walked straight across the border into Heikou, China!
It did not take much time to notice the language barrier as we had only one person that could help us to find our way to the train station (which is impossible to find without knowing where to go and what bus to take). Even our poor efforts of drawing a train on a notepad were not good
enough for someone to point us in the right direction. ...
... into the temple to take pictures, but there was a sign that said no pictures and a gift shop. I have an obsessive compulsive need to shop in every gift shop I encounter so I bought a Tibetan prayer wheel keychain to hang from my Jewish Christmas tree. I waited until I no longer could feel my pulse reverberating in my head and began the much easier, descent to the bottom. I eventually found Jinling again and we walked around the palace grounds ...
... my phone. He went off saying that my phone had problems. I handed my phone to Emi to talk to Terry. He was a few feet away from us!
Terry, as usual, said, "Benny, you are so funny." I never understand why he says that.
We took the subway for the stop that connects lines six and four. On the subway, I opened my big mouth and said where Terry was from. He started smacking me and then I smacked him back.
"You are so good at Kung-fu!" Terry laughed.
... to me Wi-Fi-less terminal which made me turn to my book and some Chinese learning apps. The only thing that I bought were some water and more importantly a can of coke. The Chinese signs just look soo cool, especially when found on things so familiar!!
On the plane to Changsha I ended up sitting next to a young Chinese Girl, 14 years of age and cute as a button, who gave me a basic lesson in Chinese, although she spoke so fast that I did not remember much apart ...