Jade Dragon Garden Hotel
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... Ian is not very impressed with his hatred of meat on the bone. Kate tries to rescue the situation by removing the chopped up bones. She fills two plates and has no more room for anymore. The meat arrives (both frozen) - a thinly sliced meat with a huge layer of fat in the middle and chunks of mutton full of gristle. We eat very little, mainly eating the rice and broth. This also turns out to be the most expensive meal of the holiday so far! Onwards to the ...
... has taken Ian's request "for a little spicy" to mean spicy, spicy and spicy. The village is full of dogs and some take a liking to sitting under our table. At least we are not sitting at the table where the male and female dog decide to mate! Back in the car for our trip up the Jade Dragon Snow Mountain. We drive higher and higher up the mountain until we stop outside a very smart looking visitors centre. We are not sure exactly what is going on but ...
Weds 21st Oct Reluctantly we've set our 4.30 alarm ready for a 5am pickup. We packed last night so we are ready to go. A shame to be leaving Xi'an after such a short visit - we really liked the traditional Chinese style compared to Beijing. We get to the airport in good time, navigate the long queues for check in and grab a much needed coffee. The flight is just over two hours and passes quickly enough. We enjoy a tasty spicy beef-filled pastry pouch. At least we think it ...
... temple up the hill. This had a wheel of fortune at the back with a huge wobbling dragon poised above it. For 10 yuan you could spin the dragon, and it had a weight hanging from its head. When the dragon stopped moving you looked at the inscription the weight was hanging above, and that referred you to a set of pigeonholes on the wall. In the corresponding pigeonhole was a slip of paper with your fortune (sadly only in Chinese).
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... was very crowded as it was a Sunday and Mothers Day. We were on our own for dinner that night so went across the road from the hotel to a little restaurant. The owner tried to help us pick from the Chinese menu as he blew cigarette smoke all over us. His English was poor so he kept looking up words on his phone so the ordering process took a long time. We were quite surprised when a gas burner with a sort of watery stew in the pot on it appeared on the table. ...