Gallery Bridge Hostel
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We've been a trio since we left North Korea, where we met a Norwegian travel veteran. I call him a veteran but in fact I'm five years his senior. The veteran moniker is issued due to his commitment to traveling. He works four months a year and then travels for eight. The Norwegian currency is strong and the average person earns a relatively huge wage on the international market. He may not live an opulent life style ...
... Chinese! We ate lunch in what an only be described as a Chinese fast food cafe! The choices seemed a bit random, but included 'horse flesh noodles', which I decided against! In fact I thought I would play safe and order the mushroom rice noodle, which is a speciality of this region. It was really tasty, although a lot like a soup - but for 80p who could complain!!
Our afternoon was spent on a 'river cruise' - not quite the sort ...
... my neck and I told him it was from some girl. He asked if he could have it and, not knowing anything about it, I assumed he was joking and told him know. I now realize why he looked so dejected at my refusal.
We put his little dog 'Miss You' into the car and then started it up. It was a gorgeous Buick. We rolled down all the windows, blared some Chinese rap out and hit the night roads. We ended up driving around for ages until we finally found my hostel but I would have ...
... hot, but shaded by bamboo all the way. Now we’re at lunch at the Giggling Tree, another hostel out in the countryside...
N: What G didn't tell you is that the hike up to the Moon Rock was 1200 marble steps. 1200! At the very bottom, a slim (they are ALL slim) Chinese woman started following us asking to sell us a bottle of water or soda. We said no thank you. She continued to follow. She also had a paper fan ...
... a bit more time to explore. After this, it was on to our traditional Chinese cookery class. This was soooo much fun. We all had matching aprons and hats and were taken through making 3 different dishes- pork dumplings, local fish dish and gung boa chicken. I loved it. Once finished, we all tucked into our creations- which, being modest, weren't half bad! In the evening, we headed to an outdoor light and sound ...