Eastern Air Star Hotel (Lanzhou Donggang West Road)
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... I wasn’t bothered to put up with their puppy-dog eyes and requests for me to teach extra classes and so on, so I wasn’t the most popular among them all. Neither was Silvie, so we were mostly left to ourselves. Surrounded by children.
Getting free milk once a day was nice though, I’d put it in my fridge back home and save it for my coffee the next morning. Yum.
Today myself and P (girl) met up and we went ...
Hi everyone. The WiFi at the first hotel became a bit "dodgy" but this one seems better, so just starting to catch up? Day two began with a trip to Tiananmen square which is the largest square in the world and can hold up to 1,000,000 people. Whilst there wasn't anywhere near that number it was still quite busy due to the Chinese holiday. Considering the amount of people that were around it struck us both how spotlessly clean the place was that is ...
... I spied a homeless man, laying under a cherry blossom tree under the rain. Ironic to see poverty like this in a place they called the city of gold
"I don't suppose you know where Malik is," I joked.
"Malik?" he said in a drunken mutter, "everyone knows Malik Ali, richest man in town."
I was stunned. "Where? Where's he live?!"
"Down in the big house," he said, dozing off.
I walked among the people of this vibrant city, asking about the big ...
The apartment has been quite dry since the central heating came on. I've taken to putting little bowls of water on windowsills, and bought a squirty bottle to spray around and try and raise the humidity a bit. On Monday I woke up with a particularly dry mouth and nose. Then as the day progressed I started sneezing. At first I blamed the allergies and reached for the nasonex, but by the end of Tuesday it was obvious I was coming ...
... taxi FIRST and then show them the card of where u want to go. They have a fat chance getting you out of the cab then, especially when I got in a cab with my 14 kg back pack and small back pack and then showed him the address of the new hostel I was heading to. Boy was he angry, I didn't need to know Chinese to know that but I just sat in the cab until he started to drive. He tried to kick me out a little way into the journey that was close but I just kept sitting there ...