Yunnan Zhenzhuang Guest House
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... Another day done and dusted and we were eager to head back to the New Era and sleep...just two to a room...on a hard bed......without the clickety clack as a background symphony.
Pedometer reading: 22 648 (phew, that's a big one)
Temperature: 30 C
@MissMJA via @MrsAngell thanks for the tip. Boiling water we can find by the gallon ....but just a little trickier to find a metal spoon in China. Vile smelling cream is working a treat. I wonder what it has in ...
... jackass designed the bus decided not two rows would suffice, but three rows of beds, with 16 inch paths in between. This left absolutely no room to slide by one another. If you had to pass somebody, you had to either hop back in your bed (which could be top or bottom bunk) or sit down with a stranger until they passed. Additionally, this idiotic design left for a bed width of something like 24 inches. Those of you who know me well know that I’m a wider man at the shoulders. ...
... the United States and in China. As China is dealing with similar issues of over population and industrialization, they are mimicking our short termed solutions. Most of the challenges that the US is facing, China trails behind on the heals of our fated doom.
It is peculiar to me that in this far away place, we would be studying a subject as personal as food. Despite numerous opportunities to evaluate my relationship to food, I ...
... the mask on our cab driver's face was due to the presence of dust in the city.
In quick time we had checked-in to our hostel and within an hour taken a trip on a local bus to the Yaotang temple. Reading these blogs may give you the impression that we are devout Buddhists, but our motives are much shallower. Buddhist temples in China usually have Vegetarian restaurants attached and this is what we were really after. The temple itself was picturesque and ...
... the end of the lesson Sasha could finally tell the difference between the five tones of Mandarin. It took a lot of practice but that not an only challenge. The consonants are very numerous and sound very similar to a Western ear. However, one change of letter changes the meaning completely.
Grammatically, Mandarin is genially simple. It has no tenses, no gendered nouns, no conjugations, and no irregular verbs. Not even articles. They do have quantifiers or measure ...