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sounds delicious but wow, for the price i'd rather not eat Chinese food
for a year and go to Antarctica instead (and i did!). i made my first
ever trip to China shortly after reading her 'Sichuan Cookery'book
(march 2006). 5 weeks long, half the price of the 'food tour', 2 of us
who didn't speak a word of Chinese. we made 3 consecutive trips and
still haven't even scratched the surface of this massive land.


read about it on her site he
http://www.fuchsiadunlop.com/gastron...%81/#more-2204

and about the gastro tour:
http://www.wildchina.com//china-imme...fuchsia-dunlop


modern China is easy for independent travellers. but you might come home
in a box.... i survived endless harrowing death-trap bus rides in rural
China.

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On 11/4/2012 3:18 AM, FG wrote:
sounds delicious but wow, for the price i'd rather not eat Chinese food
for a year and go to Antarctica instead (and i did!). i made my first
ever trip to China shortly after reading her 'Sichuan Cookery'book
(march 2006). 5 weeks long, half the price of the 'food tour', 2 of us
who didn't speak a word of Chinese. we made 3 consecutive trips and
still haven't even scratched the surface of this massive land.


read about it on her site he
http://www.fuchsiadunlop.com/gastron...%81/#more-2204


and about the gastro tour:
http://www.wildchina.com//china-imme...fuchsia-dunlop



modern China is easy for independent travellers. but you might come home
in a box.... i survived endless harrowing death-trap bus rides in rural
China.


I'd love to do the trip, but $6K is over the top, for me.
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I agree. Your work is good i read it. Thanx

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