Jin Lun Hotel Lanzhou
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... made of nine inflated sheep skins. The afternoon was rounded off with a walk through the watermill park with the soothing sounds of water. Traditionally the watermills were used to irrigate the farms. After an early dinner it was time for an early nights sleep with no early start the next day. Now we are into normal travel ...
... Always a good sign so we decide to have lunch here. A smiling woman clears a table for us and we go order. Finally Miriam gets the steamed buns she's been looking for, the bill coming to a total of 40yuan for 4 of us! 1.50 each including drinks. The buns are filled with spring onion and pork. While waiting a crazy looking man comes up to Cliona, shaking her hand, white gums and brown teeth, smiling and reciting all the English he ...
Day 1 We landed in Beijing and were picked up by a driver who would take us to our new home in Tianjin. The drive was a pretty grim and depressing one. It drives through lots of very brown areas. But when we got to Tianjin it all started to brighten up a lot. We got to our new apartment block, which is in the next building from Ewan and Amy, and our apartment is beautiful. We didn't expect much at all but it's really lovely. All Chinese decorations and things, ...
... surprisingly like artichoke, a lamb shank coated in a spicy barbecue rub, and chinese grown pinot noir from an oasis out in the desert of Gansu.
The culture of toasting to honoring guests and company
First toast: the main host says a welcome to the dinner and thank you for being here etc. etc. We drink. Then a handful of other important hosts say a few words like "we hope you enjoy Lanzhou" etc. etc. We drink, we drink, we drink. Then we have the ...
... 8217;s tour and during the following
days on the cruise. The whole construction is an awesome sight. It was
interesting though to hear that only 3% of China’s power is generated here.
Back to the ship and dinner followed by the Captain’s
welcome reception and a parade of costumes through ancient Chinese Dynasties.
The models were staff members and it was very enjoyable.