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Despite yesterday's harrowing day, I am very much alive in Zhengzhou and sinking deeper into a luxurious leather armchair in the central city Starbucks, the first I have seen in weeks.
The song playing on Starbucks' sound system is Cat Stevens', Oh Baby It's A Wild World. I prey these words do not come to pass as they did yesterday.
I ordered the largest black coffee they could manage. An Americanno.
Sitting around a long table off to the side are 12 ...
... the 2014 youth Olympics (which I didn't know was a thing). I went to a Buddhist temple near the old Ming walls, the walked on the wall to the park entrance. I then visited the tomb of the first Ming emperor (the only one not buried In Beijing) and the tomb of Sun Yat-Sen--acknowledged by both Nationalists and Communists as the father of republican China. Regretfully I didn't have time to see the recommended memorial museum of the Nanjing Massacre. Leave that for next ...
... Nanjing’s claim to fame is an unfortunate and disastrous run in with the island not so far away.
Walk the night lights around the city and feel as though the big city really is not that big. Try the dumplings, the noodles, the everything. Head to the bar and live for the moment.
Off we go, journeying west, to adventure...
... clubs, if you should be up for that. Golfsmith has a large amount of good instructional information as well regarding club building. When you have had a proper club fitting and understand what to purchase, this is a good option. It's really not that difficult. Golfsmith also has a trade-in service, and you can obtain a discount on a new pair of clubs by trading in your old ones. This also means they will have lots of pre-owned clubs for sale. Check ...
On my way through Deji Plaza to meet Will this morning I was accosted by 3 lovely young ladies who told me they were students at Nanjing University and were doing charity work as part of their social studies. They were collecting for a charity which provides schooling for children in rural communities. I told them I was meeting a friend who would be interested as well ...