Luoyang International Hostel
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... an easy, if somewhat uncomfortable trip. In addition to too many people and luggage in a small space, there is also a delightful fellow who is intent on selling belts to as many passengers as possible. While I have no idea what he was saying, he did a loud and flamboyant job of parading his wares up and down the train aisle, snapping and waving the belts around like they were the second coming. I can only imagine that his pitch sounded as elaborate as ...
We got off to another early start today, leaving the hotel in Guangzhou at 0530hrs. Once again we got a crazy cab driver driving what looked like a London Cab, plenty of room for us and the bags. He managed to drive too fast in the rain and talk on his mobile phone and his 2 way radio. Anyway we arrived in one piece. We had some breakfast at the airport after checking our bags through. My Bags weight came down to around 14 kgs after I offloaded ...
... Last night I slept right through so maybe it is a knock out drug as well.
The weather has been nice lately, although quite cold. It has been sunny for most of the day and the skies are clear. I don't mind the cold as long as I have my jacket. The new scarf I got for Thanksgiving has come in very handy as I think I have worn it every day since getting it. There has been no more snow and all evidence of it has disappeared.
I was going for a haircut ...
... to read the article about Kate Lundy's office being dysfunctional and that they had brought Taryn Langdon in as the new deputy chief of staff to fix things up. I wonder what it is all about? She will have a job ahead of her if it is that bad. Maybe it was just a disgruntled employee making the comments. I did send the message to my brothers and sisters and quickly got a reply from one brother. I forgot about his political allegiance.
... and so hopped into a taxi to the station to buy those pesky tickets. Our first choice train was sold out, so we had to buy tickets for a later train to Xi'an - which meant we lost our afternoon in that city. Moral of the story - make sure you have enough cash to buy tickets at this station, not have to go back to get them later!
There is nowhere to eat in Luoyang!
Luoyang is a typical big, dirty, Chinese city - and you wouldn't be blamed for eating in ...