NOTE: As I approach my 70th birthday, I’ve reposted a milestone post each day. But since tomorrow is The Day I went back and grabbed a bunch of photos – watching years fly by. Here they are – in no particular order.
He who has not climbed the Great Wall is not a real man, said Chairman Mao. That’s what it says on this tablet. Pay close attention to the photo to determine why we only made it part of the way.
Yup. Rick fell in Hong Kong and sprained his leg. It really hurts. We’re traveling with these crutches and using wheelchairs wherever we can because he’s determined to BE here while we ARE here. And it’s worth it. China is mind-blowing, unpredictable and so very interesting.
We had a great double birthday party for him – first at the hotel with a surprise cake and then with our guide at a local restaurant. If you wrote him, he probably didn’t see it since Facebook isn’t available, so comment here and I’ll relay.
Today we took the bullet train to Xian and tomorrow we will see the Terracotta Warriors. I am very excited.
I promise to post more soon. With real content.
But I don’t have any other way to communicate until I figure out why Yahoo has locked me out. If you’ve tried to reach me with no response, now you know why: many of The Usual Methods do not exist here. At all.