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Well, we are a day late in getting info out on Gotcha day, but here goes nothing...
Yesterday, July 20th, was Gotcha day for all of us around 2:30 PM Nanning China time. It was quite an interesting morning as we were anticipating the meet with our little guy. Nerves were high, and for a long time, we thought the water and new foods were finally getting the best of ...
Mel: Although NanNing was a city we were just passing through, we enjoyed some traditional cultural buildings and hidden laneways, amongst massive shopping malls. We stayed at Traveling with Hostel, where Remy hustle sprite from the fabulous staff.......hmmmm.....what a cultural learning trip this is turning out to ...
... and a half, everyone divided into groups, the lined up again and handed tickers, we feel like livestock being loaded for transport. Another hour before the boat leaves we are finally on our way. The boat takes 2,5 hours(-nothing about this in te book!)Thankfulkt the water was calm so miriam was okay. Tired, we follow a girl Clíona had spotted in our group dressed in yellow yellow and head to the bus. Ourlugs get had already been loaded but now we are being loaded onto ...
And then I saw a quite big gathering by the river. Few Buddhist monks with other Buddhists were standing around the plastic bags full of water with alive fishes; Buddhists mantras playing from big speakers. I will explain this beautiful ritual using the fragment of my soon-to-be-published book ‘Seven Paths to Shangri-La’ (I was writing about the birds, here we have fishes – but the concept is the same:)
One of the skills required when travelling is the ability to trust non English speaking guides or travel reps who take your money and give you a flimsy receipt for a place name you can't read, whilst at the same time not getting fleeced by the plethora of dishonest bandits after your cash.
Today was a classic, we were taken to the side of a Hanoi road by a random taxi driver, we got on a bus we could do no more than assume was going to China (it was the only ...