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... in Chinese so we could hand it to our driver, if we could find one. We three spent at least 15 minutes attempting to hail a taxi, which doesn't seem long unless a train you need to be on is leaving in 45 minutes from a station that could very well be more than 45 minutes away. I finally noticed a taxi pulling near us ready to drop off his a fare. 'Alison!!' I shouted, pointing to the now empty taxi. She raced to the taxi driver who showed ...
... Hangzhou. Craig, Alison and I are the oldies here among young people from all over the world. This is a first for me. Alison dethroned Jordan as the Hearts champion tonight as we planned our day for Saturday. Rain is the forecast for tomorrow. Thought of the day: If you don't think men have it easier in the world than women, you've never used a toilet on a train in ...
... look like a tiny village. That's how many people there are. After some (more like a lot) of walking, we arrived at the world famous Westlake.
The first thing you notice about Westlake, is the atmosphere. It is so peaceful. You kinda forget that you are even in a city with over 8.7 million residents. People young and old are relaxing and becoming entranced by the sheer beauty of this place. Everyone walks a little ...
... money, passport!!! My mum told me not to hand over my passport to anyone! And this was the first person I met in China!
Anyhow, I tried to following the direction Bob (his name) had run in. I started following the signs for 'long distance bus' as I assumed this is where he was going. I thought to perhaps ask the bus to wait for me. Once I got to the bus bit, I couldn't see him. However, I was sure we would find each other again.
On of ...
... people should protect their territory.
The country sits in prison? (I had trouble with this line),
They want to fight (socialism) but can't.
Socialism victory is sure,
Communism society will come, must come!
Don't worry the propaganda isn't working on us. I have a hard time getting through the last few lines without laughing, especially since it is a fast song and I struggle to keep up!