Hong Kong Hotel
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... line-height: normal;">One way to spend up the local currency is to pay the airport taxes so you can leave the country. A mixture of Indonesian Rupiahs and USD did the trick and we were off to the Singapore airport. We knew we were going to have a long layover there but the free movie theater, koi pond, 2 story butterfly garden and dinner made the time go by smoothly. The red eye flight to Shanghai went well and we woke up in China. The next 9 ...
... Because when you speak to the people who dress just like at home they can't understand you, and you can't understand them either. Instead of you wanting to take their photograph for being exotic they ask to take yours. The shops that look similar to the ones at home do not sell the products you were expecting to find inside (a so-called supermarket sold nothing but liquor and sweets, for example).
The restaurants you think you know also sell food ...
... hurried into a moving bus! It was only 20 yuan - £2. The journey passed quickly and then we were out at the train station to walk to Wada hostel. They were so adorable and very pleased to see us. They also put me in exactly the same bed! SO excited about my electric blanket tonight! For dinner we agreed to be there for the Wada BBQ. All of sudden about 30 people who seemed ...
... us to one of his favorite restaurants. We had a combined lunch/dinner and had pizza (Lili loved it), fish, tofu with scallions, fried green vegetables and a dessert with powdered sugar on the outside and sweet bean paste on the inside. After the long walk and dusty roads, we were looking forward to a hot shower back at our favorite spot, The Guilin Park Hotel. Lili and I opted for a night ...
... 15+ for a pot of tea. Dragon Well tea is the most popular and highest selling green tea in China, and Hanzhou is where they grow and process it, so I think the price is marked up a lot for the tourists. We finally ended up buying a small tin of the green tea leaves in a shop so that we could make it on our own. It was good, but I don’t have enough background to say if it is better than other green teas. To me green tea tastes the same every time ...