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... when your entire religious tradition, including burning grave money, is based on bribery!
Like every other place we have been everything was laden with dust. I don't know if it is dust dust or coal dust - probably a combination of the two. But everything is filthy with it.
After our temple fix we stopped for noodles at a restaurant with a Ming-era chef: the little round cap and a waist length queue down his back. The queue was a pinned on ...
... contrast from one side of the motorway to the other: rural one side, huge coal mine the other. There were many mules and carts being used as well as small motorised carts. In keeping with the busy Golden Week theme, we hit traffic when we got to the outskirts of Pingyou. However, we weren't too long and got parked up and then walked to our accommodation, whilst our luggage ...
... had left and the girl left behind is wailing and clearing the table in a dramatic fashion with a napkin over her head and the guy consoling her looks like he doesn't quite know what to do. This went on for about half an hour when suddenly the other two return and the returning girl attempts to console the wailing one while the guy she returned with moves to another table to be with the rock stars and appears to be having the time of his life. After more wailing and carrying on the other ...
Day Three (October 29th) (Tuesday)
First thing after breakfast we did was packed our luggage on the bus. We drove to the Chang Family's Mansion, which the movie we watched last night was based on. The Mansion today is one fourth of its former size, but it is still huge.
I checked the place out with Beatrice and Mariam. It was stunning, but I would find it to be depressing to live in back then because it was secluded from society. Later, we ran into the ...
... how long it would actually take. The roads were dual lane way but there was a bus accident involving 3 buses on the highway so they closed it. Then we had to go another way and so did everyone else. Do you know how many trucks there are in China? I think we saw them all last night. It took us about 3 hours to do 60kms. We eventually got home safely at about 10.15pm so I suppose we should be grateful for that, as the people in the buses didn't.