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... turned off what I’m going to call a highway
and into this big long drive way that had “Golden Water Caves” written on a big
bring any swimmers with me to china as I am really not all that keen on the
idea of swimming in another country, so I had to endure with the extra pjs that
I had brought. But this ended up working in my favour as there was no change
room available (until the end as we discovered) ...
... in the adjacent areas. Unfortunately, most of these temples were demolished during times of war and during the Cultural Revolution.
Tianquan Lake occupies nine ...
Yancheng is called Salt City, and used to be on the coast. It is now 100 kms inland due to flooding. Salt has been an incredibly valuable commodity in China for 2,500 years, and has been, and still is, controlled solely by the government. That is about to change next year. The museum was really interesting, made more so by the English speaking guide that Dr Chen had kindly organized for us.
The return trip ...
... all appreciated would be very handy especially if we were starting late or finishing early on any given day. We all went to see mine and Kirsty’s apartment first, the apartments that were built looked nice from the outside but in each direction that you turned there were still some being built and the building sites were messy and noisy, when we walked up the stairs to the second floor you could see that even our block which was supposed to be finished was still a ...
... the car, in
and out of shops and police stations it’s even worse- we got soaked. First stop
was to go and get a sim card. Now, you would think it’s easy to get a sim card
… Not in China. I thought Bruce would take us to the nearest mobile phone shop
or supermarket like we would in the UK, instead he took us on a 40 minute car
journey to a university campus where the equivalent of the UK’s fresher’s week
was happening. So ...