Eastern Morning Sun Youth Hostel
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... next adventurous customer. I talked a woman down from 120 yuan to 65 yuan for an item, so I'd like to think my bargaining skills are pretty sharp. The coach ride to our next destination was story telling competition of who got the best deal. My friend Sab came out as the clear winner, grabbing a bag for 50 yuan that was originally 140. However, the Oba Mao shirt was probably the best buy.
... railway station, which is hellishly busy, and grab tickets and jump on the subway north. We stop off at the Olympic Park, home to the fairly iconic ‘Birds Nest’ stadium and ‘Water Cube’ aquatics centre amongst others. We expect the place to be quiet, but there are lots of tourists here – again, mostly Chinese, and as westerners we’re popular! We are stopped by one Chinese couple and thinking they want us to take a picture of them go ...
... in, we negotiated a price with the driver, he agreed to 100 yuan which is like $20 Aus. Part the way into the drive he wanted more money so we gave him an extra 20 yuan $4 Aus. We all just wanted to get to the restaurant, we were running late as it took us over an hour to get a cab that was empty. We finally got to the restaurant, everyone was waiting for us so we had a quick feed then got back onto the bus for our drive to the ...
Back in the hostel, the girls wanted to have a quiet time in our room and we chatted a bit with Arthur the French guy. Then I went out into the bar/restaurant area of the hostel and there I met some very nice Australians. It was very comforting to know that there are people that talk about Mozart and Vienna when they hear Australia. So it is not only us who suffer from the mistaken nationality problem.
They were both really really nice, however, when ...
... throwing around our football. Each day we visited, other men or boys would join in. The boys enjoyed teaching all comers how to throw. These was one especially active little French-Chinese boy who Zachary and Noah enjoyed teaching. Geula and I almost fell down when we saw Zachary bend over to tie the boys’ shoe. Perhaps Zachary needs a little brother?
· Acrobatic Show – we attended an acrobatics show ...