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... writing a story as he writes vertically. I wondered if it was the same story? Was it his story? Sometimes it is better to not know the answers and leave it up to the imagination. Then you can make it what you want.
Now that we have left the campus, we won't be getting waiting on left and right. Although today, when they brought all 15 of us to the airport they had put together a little snack bag for each of us. How sweet is that? It ...
... all day here……if I could you would see a Chinese driving an unlicensed electric scooter, smoking, YELLING on his cell phone, with no helmet, weaving in and out of people, cars not paying attention to the merging buses, with their daughter/son drooped over his knees sleeping, his wife sits ‘side saddle’ behind him on their way to a Sichuan Restaurant for Hot Pot so spicy hot that your lips ...
Another day, another long day on the bus. This tour spends a lot of time in transit. If anyone is looking a booking a short tour of China I would really recommend splurging, playing a bit more for a tour that uses internal flights to get around. I was fully aware of the overland travel that would be part of my trip but it really starts to wear on you over time.
We arrived in Chengdu and collapsed into our hotel. I found my ...
... here that I knew were 50m-100m high in miniture. These trees were also placed in miniture landscapes and growing on small rock ledges simulating a landscape where you have trees growing on a mountainside.
From the temple managed to find a bus back to the hostel and called it a day.
Day 3 - River Viewing Pavilion Park, Chinese Opera
Headed back to the hostel to look at booking the trip. The guys had found another person who was interested but in ...
... in, so just picked one and hoped for the best. We were going to get the tube from here, so Si went off to find out where it was and how much it cost. When he got back, I still hadn't moved. He then stood in the queue and armed with my little translated words, I set off to find out if we were in the right queue, or if there was a shorter one. Turns out, any queue is fine (or that's what I kinda understood from the security man who didn't speak English, just used hand gestures) ...