Yulong International Hotel
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... Ogden being the exception of course... Haha). I spent some time on school work and was once again very grateful to have the ability to have a transient classroom.
My friend Ian set me up with his friend Flo From Germany so I am couchsurfing at his place while I'm in Beijing. He lives in an older area where there are hutongs, alleyways with teahouses, everywhere. It's exactly what I was hoping to find here, so I'm off to explore those, the Forbidden City and some temples ...
... skirmish, which involved ducks flying low across a lake...
We arrived at Xian and were hit by the baking heat as we exited the train. Unlike the airports the railway station was not air conditioned and felt its 39 deg. The CTS Guide - Wendy was late, and I was beginning to regret not getting a local phone to call her. While waiting we were accosted by two suspicious looking drivers. We couldn't understand them properly and they didn't know our names. ...
... in the tiniest script possible, such that they're realistically only visible through a magnifying glass. I have not visited the Confucius temple for several years, but maybe I will on the way home. Despite being a tourist attraction, it's beautiful and ancient, and represents a fascinating part of Chinese history. If only the entrance ticket weren't so pricey!
I believe the Lama Temple is currently under construction, but in a nutshell, it's ...
... for that alone, we are IN!!! It’s a good deal, 20 quid for 3 courses & a glass of sparkling wine. Getting a group of us together for Christmas day at the moment, looks like 9 of us will go to a restaurant, a similar deal, 4 courses 22 quid so not too bad, plus drinks on top. The day is totally normal here, all the locals are working & if we were working for a Chinese company we would be too. The bonus is that meals are not over the top expensive, as ...
... China to be. Visited a lady in her home and she tried to give Puppa some luffa seeds. Didn't understand 'Border Security'. The roads were very busy and crowded and the shops stayed open until the streets emptied. We were very pleased to get to the hotel as we started out at 5.00am in Xi'an.