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 ...
... gaping holes in them. I have no idea what happens when a child needs to go potty when they are in the shopping centres ??? I don't think I want to know. Most of the babies are with Grandma.
Back at the Crack House I discovered the new Camera was all set up in Chinese...Thankfully Hetty, one of Kathryns neighbours came in and she sorted it for me. So I am back in business.
Tomorrow is a quiet day, sleep in too. anything to avoid 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 ...
... even had icing on it that he had bought off the internet. Jon buys everything off the internet and has parcels arriving at the school just about everyday. David had ordered some chickens from the chicken shop but was very disappointed when they turned out to be so small - spatchcocks really! Tracy came with fruit salad, yoghurt which she had made herself and some delicious nougat. We were lucky to have some of the nougat left over, so were able to take ...
... wise. This is one of the few stations we visited where there was no ATM facility, as they are all over most stations we visited. We queued anyway as the boy spotted a credit card machine at the ticket counter. Yes, they have a machine - but they don't actually take cards. (Go figure!)
So we couldn't buy the tickets whilst we were there, and left knowing we would need to come back later. I can't wait until train tickets can be bought online in English!