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... did not leave on time but I do actually not care anymore after all that time here. As long as it does not take too long…
Arriving in Tunxi we found ourselves in the smallest airport that I have seen yet in China. We immediately found a taxi with a reasonable price and went to our hotel. We didn't even really get out the taxi yet when a crowd of young Chinese saw the two blond ladies and asked for a picture. They could hardly speak any English but the gesture ...
... it just fell out of the sky bc it hardly looks attached to the rocks below, yay differential weathering! And Kathrine C. and I had a little photo shoot with a few Chinese tourists, so that was fun. After dinner everyone was so exhausted. I stayed up just enough to see if I'd be able to see stars up there (I wasn't) and read a little bit, and went to sleep.
Tuesday morning was even more of an early start. We woke up at 4 AM to see the sunrise over the mountain. ...
... combinations to get there. And even tried an
alternative travel destination (Cili) and alas- it looked like my holiday plans
were a waste after all.
So as I sulked back down the road towards school…low and
behold…a random and golden opportunity came my way in the form of a text! From
Richard! Lol! A teacher I had recently interviewed with at an international
school in Zhuji, in Zhejiang province (get a map people- but its right below ...
... man from Hengdian wanted to make his hometown known to the rest of China, so built a huge movie set attracting all the big film makers of China. The city itself is quite small and often called Helldian.... We went to their amusement park which was so funny as we saw a water show and an acrobatics show. Its funny to see the Chinese version of a theme park and it was a contrast to everything we have seen ...
... her and Diane are atheletes and love to run, bike, kayak ect... They also seem to enjoy shopping! (admittedly one of my weaknesses).
The four of us went to a fancy dinner at a restaurant called "Wu's Brothers" and had a most spectacular time. Kiwi's are fairly normal people no matter who they are. Wu's was an excellent place and the company was nice. Diane and Wyennis had much info on how I can export Chinese jewelry to ...