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 ...
... grocery items to Kathryns bag. The flight to Louyang was 2 1/2 hours and we got beef noodles to eat.
It had been raining before we arrived so it cleared all the smog away which comes mostly from a large Power Station in the town. So when the gray sky cleared we got a beautiful blue sky, so it does happen.
On arriving in Louyang we ventured out the front to get a Taxi. These Taxis are a real problem. To get a cab to the ...
... 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 ...
There were lots of things different with our Thanksgiving celebrations in Luoyang. The biggest difference was the date, as we had to have it on our day off. So we held over the celebrations until Monday when we could celebrate in style.
It was to be held at Garrick's apartment as his was the biggest and has a ping pong table in it which was to be used as the table for everyone to sit around. We had to bring some food, plate,spoon, knife, fork and a ...
... restaurant and avoiding as much of the city as possible. In fact, almost all of the city was being dug up / knocked down/ re-built - with gigantic apartment complexes appearing almost as we watched. Fascinating, but not terribly pretty. I spend my working life on a building site, and don't particularly want to see one on our holiday!
Around the hostel we struggled to find anywhere to eat. There was a street market just around the corner from our hostel, but to ...