Photo courtesy of Natalia Filson.
Thermos found in Wudangshanzhen, China.
The TARDIS’s chameleon circuit must be working again.
Wudangshanzhen is the sound it makes when you drop one of these on the ground.
Its barque is worse than its bite.
Having a naughty-cal dream again?
It smells Like a mangy matelot.
‘Tis made of old seamen.
Diamond or ruby.
A cruise to die for.
Isn’t the point of building a ship in a bottle to do it in a clear one so you can see it?
If you wear this at sea, you may end up being the first mate.
@FB…Because it’s a model submarine.
@DnT…Wudang Mountain. The main tourist resorts include: three ponds, nine springs, nine wells, nine platforms, ten pools, ten stones, eleven caves, thirty six cliffs and seventy two peaks. And a Partridge in a Pear tree.
It seems like the Chineesee are obsessed with numbers. Or they’ve just done a stocktake or sumptin’.
BTW. The Partridge in a Pear Tree, really isn’t there.
It’s in Guangzhou. At the station of the Very Fast Train.
If I return the bottle to the ancients, will I get the deposit back?
@DnT…Only if the barter code is still readable.