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... bought and want to know if you want another one. I get very sick of bargaining as you never really know what kind of price you are getting. You just have to be prepared to pay whatever you agree to in the end.
I have come home loaded with stuff from home as well as a couple of new bags and a couple of pairs of trousers. There was also a small purse and a belt purchased so I felt quite good that I didn't go overboard. The handbags were beautiful and I could have bought heaps.
... cable cart, see the pagoda forrest, watch a kungfu show, and many more monuments and attractions. One day is not enough to see all there is to see.
We just decided to climb the steps up the mountain (1082 steps) to see the cave where Budhi Dharma stayed for 9 years to meditate on Zen Buddhism, and visit his statue on the top.
On the way up I was again approached by many Chinese who wanted to take a picture.
Today we left the academy towards the city Xinyi (20 min)
The first time actually for me to travel with local public transportation.
As we took place inside a small bus I noticed straight away how the local folk turned their attention to us. Amazed by our western appearance (what seems to be very rare in this region) they tried to interact with us..
The bus was very crowded. For ...
... Chinese street food scale. The current vendor was very fastidious. He carefully turned each pancake three times before spinning it horizontally three times. This process itself was repeated three times with all the attention of a watchmaker. In fact, it took so long that when I went back past the Kaifeng museum, it was open again. Carefully calculating that I had by now missed my chance in Zhengzhou, I thought I may as well take a look around. I ...
... speaking stranger kindly walks her back to the hotel.
It was decided at the last banquet that as we have now seen the Yangtze and the Pearl Rivers we can't possibly leave this area without seeing the Yellow River - the 2nd largest of the 3 biggest rivers in China, so we are to be taken there tomorrow and it involves a long walk through a very ordinary area before we arrive at a very ordinary part of the river with the banks covered in ...