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... with her actions. By the end, we were all nodding that we understood, that the "Ah ha!" moment had happened and that there was no need for it to be translated. Lesley just said to us, "Oh so you understand Chinese now?" We all laughed really hard. It was really funny. Math isn't the only universal language...clay speaks too!
We all headed back to the hotel afterwards, damp from the pouring rain we had all day. The puddles ...
... but it is very expensive.
Most of the houses are made of brick or have a stucco finish. I have yet to see a home with siding or boards of any kind. They just don't last, especially in this area when clay is so prevalent for use in not only ceramics, but construction as well. The bricks are all hand made and the roof tiles too. All the houses have their own rooftop water heating system as well, which is ...
... we managed to pass the other boat. The ride had small rapids, not really big enough to make it too scary, but big enough to get my shoes wet.
After the first cave, we went to another nearby cave. The second cave was much better. Outside of the cave was a very large statue of Fan Li. It was said that lived in the area and he was very wealthy. According ...
... I was asked to be photographed by at least 7 different people.
In the late afternoon I took the subway to the train station where I was to meet my travel companion. The subway in Nanjing and Beijing is soooo much nicer than New York. More modern, easier to use, cleaner, safer, and a smoother ride. And on top of that, it only cost about 40 cents to ride it. While I was waiting - I walked around a ...
... that we have a toast with each individual person two or three times each. I felt like I was giving a toast every few minutes. At first they insisted that we drink the hard stuff, and not just sip it for the toast, but to slug down the whole glass. I quickly changed to drinking the weaker beer, but one of my colleagues did not. After a few hours of drinking and eating it was time to go home.
One of my colleagues was ...