My other travel reblog of the week is of course with the Guide to all things Chinese.. Tess Karlinski who is this week still up the Yangtze without a paddle… If she had a paddle she and the other passengers would not now be stuck in the fog as traffic up and down the river goes one-way only. However as usual Tess gives us a blow by blow account of the meals served and when I say not in a pig’t ear I mean.. not in a pig’s ear.. Some pictorial evidence and some funny snippets…please head over and enjoy. Tess is currently on an unplanned hiatus and it would be great if we could spread her detailed China travels around the globe.. thanks #recommended
I awoke before six again too lazy to rise until seven. Sue and I moseyed down to breakfast and were the first arrivals at The English 8 table.
I liked our waiter, who was young and sweet—maybe 17—cute too. I hated the thought he was endearing only with hopes of a tip at the end of our trip. Tips have already been paid according to our travel agent, but some of our group still tipped our guides at the end of their turn with us.
The room for a 9:45 scarf ‘class’ was packed. Every female on board must have been in attendance with a few…
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