Four Eyes Backpackers International Youth Hostel
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... taste better when they’re
from home. My conclusion is that rather than the snack itself, it’s the memory of eating them in the past in an environment that we called home, that creates the comfort we find in such treats. After all, taste and smell are two of our senses that can conjure up the oldest, and yet most vivid memories – like a quick trip home through time and space.
... felt the urge to join them, pop a few pipas, drink the world’s finest green tea and play some Mahjong. But today wasn’t that day. We swiftly moved on to the first floor where the food was already waiting for us on the turntables.
I immediately spotted the spring rolls. So it took me exactly 14 days and roughly 42 meals in China before coming across any spring rolls. Once again, this confirmed that we only encounter ...
... of the emperors, who made six trips from Beijing to Hangzhou just for the tea, each trip lasting six months.
I also realized that the Germans have it totally wrong by using just one word for leafy tea (green, oolong or black) and infusion tea – it’s all Tee to them. But technically real tea is only derived from the tea plant so only the former should be referred to as ...
... with hundreds of prescriptions being filled in the short time we were there. We all sampled a liquid that was good for your liver.
The market was comprised of dozens of streets with an untold number of shops where anything and everything could be bought. A section of the market was selling stinky tofu and we could not get through it quickly enough. Several of the shops had men with huge mallets pounding peanuts while ...
... The city restricted travel during a two hour period in the afternoon and used a number system to monitor the roads. His license ended with an odd number so he could not bring us back to the hotel until after 6:30. This is so random but just when we were wishing for a way to head back sooner a taxi drove by and we were able to ditch Mr. Bei and use the taxi!
All in all, we had a good day in Hangzhou and capped it all off with a cold beer and glass of ...