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... regarding the unpunctual taxi! Said our farewells and after changing into warm jeans and 'sensible' shoes we headed off. First i wanted to do a reckie of the nearest wall and what we found was pretty cool: old carts, remains of the original cart tracks worn into the stone, and best of all 3 very cool men! And when I say cool I mean bleedin freezing. I call them 'brass monkeys' and I guess of you will get my drift.
Whilst waiting to leave we experienced ...
Ok so we started the day off well with yummy omelette and cappuccino for breakfast before heading to explore and get more money. Now I am warning the top people in ASB and ANZ that there will be heads on a chopping block and lots of blood when mum and i get back to NZ! We spent 2.5 hours walking around Pingyao looking for a bank to exchange stupid useless bloody US$ for Chinese currency. The bollox the banks told me about not using the ...
... shopping, I chilled in the two Laura's room since Anthony had the room key.
The tall Laura and I were chilling outside of our hotel. A strange man appeared and tried to grab Laura's cigarette. She refused and then the guy left. So creepy.
Later, I went on a bike ride with Miguel, the two Laura, Monica, Victoria, Ian, and Monica. Victoria was the first one to fall of her bike and Miguel gave her the shame speech. It was scary at first when we went ...
Travelling is hard. Actually planning stuff is the hard part. When we left the UK we had one hotel booked for three nights and no transport beyond our seven round the world flights. We were care free and happy to sail where the wind took us. Most of this care free attitude can be attributed to the stress ridden London lives that we'd recently escaped. Now that we've not been Londoners for a while - we're a pair of bums with ...
... car with dust and grit blowing left me cursing Mongolian roads, a lot.
On a more positive note for the day I did get stopped by road workers and ended up giving a Mongolian a lift into town who was quite handy at pushing when required, not as knowledgable of the roads as I would have hoped but never mind. I also resolved the long standing exhaust problem, the front of the pipe is now quite smashed up so I swapped it around and it now all fits a ...
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