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... 8217;s cat.
She: Ewww, why?
Me: Her father hated it and I was a special guest so he cooked it for me.
She: Is there anything you wouldn’t eat?
Me: A table.
She: Huh? But a table is not an animal.
Me: Yes but it does have four legs!
She: Giggle Giggle Giggle Giggle Giggle!
OMG, You Have Your Passport But You Are Still In Dexing!
So how does one fit all of the above in, ride for up to or over seven hours two out of three days, spend time with friends eating BBQ over frosty cold beers and also playing pool?
Mother Nature my friends, she always steps in to make sure I also have a few extra days rest. We’ve been having some of ...
... structure they used to have there, a stage for political events with Mao prominently displayed in traditional style as he still is on the Wall at Tiananmen Square, was gone. In its’ place, a huge Walmart Store and IMAX theater. Change! You gotta love it!
The rest of the square remained pretty much as is, although the development all around it is now incredible. We walked the square and took pictures of the folks ...
... little princess by the time I checked out, and headed out to explore the city.
Unfortunately it was rainy and foggy (but apparently that's what it's usually like here), and I didn't really know where to go. I started by looking for a cheaper place to spend the night in so that I wouldn't have to carry my bag with me, and found the cheapest and lamest bing guan ever, which I honestly wouldn't recommend to anyone, even though it's dead cheap. Left my things there ...
... and a half kilometers running through an area of eight and a half square kilometers. Short as it is, the river journey is far beyond picturesque and every twist does actually offer a new and breathtaking scene.
There are only two photos of the rafting adventure (the one with the triangle houses and the next one) as I wanted to save my camera and not drown it. ...