Jinjing Inn Jingdezheng Zhushan Daqiao
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... station so I ran there and found his wife, of course, with my ticket in her hand. It was a nice way to end a rather disappointing weekend.
I got on the bus and some university students immediately latched on to me and started chattering at me in English which was not so bad, so I had something to entertain me on the way home. We hit a crazy amount of traffic and ended up spending 10 hours on what should've been a seven hour bus ride.
... br> When I arrived, I was all ready to travel across the city to find the hotel I stayed in last week. However, a lady in a red sweatshirt at the bus station told me she had one for the same price, so I stayed there. It even had a washroom and computer in the room! The wiring was a little sketchy. I took a picture for your amusement. ...
I woke up in the morning to miss all the crowds at the ancient kilns. I wasn't disappointed. This is the place where they made all the old ceramics for the emperors hundreds of years ago. Amazing. China has so much history, I can't even handle it sometimes. The sites were all dressed up and very renovated, but I guess that's OK.
I texted Laan Liu from Couchsurfing to meet up with her after lunch. The taxi driver couldn't understand ...
... asked Charlie. Cutty said that he did not know and Charlie said something about flip-flops being a bad choice.
They walked for a long time.
After that long time they came to a concrete structure. "It looks like a bear pit" said Cutty. Charlie pushed through the overgrown path on the other side and then stopped in front of a row of cages. It was a bear pit and it was a zoo. Through the trees Charlie saw a lone iron cage. What animal was transported in that ...
... she wanted 刀削面 for dinner, so the travelers went to a Xinjiang restaurant.
"The noodles are too expensive" said Charlie.
"Every place here is expensive" Cutty murmured.
"I hate it when they take away the real chopsticks and give us the disposable. The disposable may be clean, but they are warped and I hate them."
"You can get the non-disposable over there."
"It's too ...