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... nature to relax themselves.
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The soundtrack to this entry was by The 3rd And The Mortal
The album was ‘Tears Laid In Earth’
... I found this a very welcome change to the 30 and 40+ degree temperatures that we had been experiencing thus far. As far as altitude sickness goes, well I cannot even tell any difference except maybe I got winded slightly faster when carting around our 30 KGs of luggage.
Actually our luggage is substantially lighter now because we sent home a package that weighed 10 KGs or so via China Post while we were in Kunming. Although we spent a day walking around ...
A few of us decided to go get a massage, as the many hours on the bus combined with the previous day's hiking had taken a toll on our legs and feet. After just a few minutes searching, we found a really nice massage place and got good deals on 60 minute foot massages...just 79 yuan (like $12 or so)!
Feeling refreshed, we met the rest of the tour group and were taken to the airport. The trip was ...
... my stay. Chinglish (for more info see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinglish) is a mix of Chinese and English that, because of the often literal translation, results in very funny, and sometimes incomprehensible texts (too bad that many signs in the big cities have been changed since the Olympics and the 2010 Expo).
... an indigenous crop. There have been complex consequences for the minority groups in the poor areas where Chinese workers were sent to produce rubber, in the days of the Cultural Revolution when people were sent from the cities to rural areas for national initiatives like this. It made me realize what dire effects political decisions have on people groups and ecosystems.
All in all a lovely evening!