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Q: Autumn has arrived, even in China, but travel dates?

Mid Autumn festival Sept. 27, then 3 days of National Day October 1-3. Sounds to me like a week of mass travel and overcrowding

Do you get days off? Are you gonna travel? If yes, welcome to my nightmare. I have to get on a bus 4 times in the next 12 days. 

Is travel during, or near, this Holiday anywhere near as bad or as cramped or exciting as Spring Festival? 

Is this just asking for a BCD? royce?

3 years 43 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - China

 
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Autumn my arse. It's 32 degrees and 85% humidity where I am. I have trench foot from plastic Chinese shoes, and am sweating my arse off because all the air on has been switched off. It's still over 30 degrees ffs... And the aircon is off because of the date.

Next week the refrigerators that store the beer will be switched off.

Enjoy your hot beer

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