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... moved out to a mates property. we have put a static van on the site and red is now sitting beside it waiting the rebuild.
I flew over to Frankfurt to pick up pepe.
ndreas and his wife had looked after him well. But the fuel pump had died. So I fixed that before driving him back.
After that we have had a short holiday in Austria when dee went to a nother conference. Dee had already been to one in Portland ...
Our hotel stay, with its free shuttle service to and from the airport had only cost us RMB 180. And there was free breakfast too, which we had to forgo because we left too early! We would certainly recommend this hotel to anyone in transit who wanted a hotel near the airport.
Everything went smoothly except that our flight was delayed by half an hour, a common thing for flights to and from Jiuzhaigou owing ...
... flailing about, he got a hold under the platform, pulled himself through to hang precariously below it, and then pulled himself back above. After lying down exhausted for a while, he slowly and awkwardly climbed down a ladder (mostly) headfirst, batted ...
... guide for ¥10 and led us to the old section.
At the old section of the Qiang Residence, the elderly lady led us on a short tour around the place, explaining the concept of Qiang constructions. The watch towers of Qiang Residence used to be the main attractions in this area. Unfortunately, all of them were damaged and some were under restorations. We completed the tour of the area in about an hour, there was nothing much left of the place to see, ...
... but I arrived at the airport with a happy "I have not been ripped off by a cab driver today" glow. I then went and tried to recaffeinate myself at an airport café and promptly lost the money I'd just saved on a substandard cup of coffee. Bugger again.
Once in Chengdu, I was determined to keep the day cab driver free and so took one of Sichuan Airlines' free minivans (called bread cars in Chinese because they look like big loaves of bread) to my guesthouse. I got ...