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... a customs official. I headed back out and employed pidgin and sign language to try and find out what was going on. 'Money problem' explained the driver. Sigh... at this point, I was almost willing to go and pay her customs fees myself just to get out of there, but instead I sat in the car, pulled out my kindle and joined Jamie Fraser, in escape.
Eventually, after what felt like an interminable wait, we left the immigration ...
... rest of her story would be worth researching. But for all those keen for natural products, beside the tomb building is a tree, a Hippoptae, looking rather bedraggled, so planted in her remembrance. One of the these trees was moved to Beijing by the Emperor for her as she longed for the scent and oil she used on her hair for good condition, and still used today. To the side of the tomb is a cemetery where clay and straw ...
Getting to the next checkpoint was challenging due to the many herds of sheep along the road. They were so indifferent to the truck’s horn! It felt like we were in China but we had not had our passports stamped.
We arrived at another large checkpoint where everything was unloaded again and scanned. And there we were IN CHINA!
I can hardly believe it. I was exhausted but so thrilled to be ...
... My father was a merchant, and I am his predecessor. Nevertheless, I lack wealth due to the fact that I sell alcohol to an Islamic society where it is a sin to drink!
"They ask you (O Muhammad) concerning alcoholic drink and gambling. Say: In them is a great sin, and (some) benefits for men, but the sin of them is greater than their benefit” [al-Baqarah 2:219]
I have knowledge of a black market and I make a small ...
... was LONG and the scenery wasn't very interesting. We have left the Gobi desert and entered another desert in western China. By afternoon, some people started to play drinking games but they weren't doing a very good job keeping score so I offered to help.
We arrived into Kuche city (also called Kuqa) after 6:30. We tried to use the swimming pool, but it was cold and we were forced to buy a swimming cap if we wanted to use the pool so I skipped it. For dinner, most of ...