Dinghong Holiday Hotel
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... in the front seat, next the stranger who agreed to drive three foreigners to someplace, where? He did not know. So we left Riley and Jordan, our personal interpreter, in the rearview mirror, to fend for themselves. Here we are, three Americans without any Chinese language skills, tooling down a ride with a stranger and his young sidekick. Our driver spoke a handful of words: 'No money.' At the first stop light, he frantically clicked out a phrase ...
When we left Jordan and Riley shortly after our beer at the Boxing Cat, they headed out to the Pudong District to shop for cheap knockoffs. Unfortunately, they arrived after the shops closed, so all five of us shopped out there today. Alison bought a a Jade-like bracelet and a table runner. I bought two silk ties and three pairs of socks. Grand total for all of ...
... talks a little slower, everyone just forgets about the troubles of life. It is a nice break from reality. There a statues made from stone that appear to have been in place for ages, and bridges that have seen the changes of history. It is surreal to be encompassed in the atmosphere of another era when you know that a couple blocks away the Gap resides. Besides the atmosphere, the mist that shadows the lake brushes against ...
... for me in Burger King, also feeling slightly worse for wear after staying out too late the previous night. After some chicken nuggets and ice cream we headed outside to catch a taxi to Chris' flat. When we got there we sat around outside waiting for Chris to let us in; he had been out since 6am collecting a new girl, Julia, who is to teach Spanish at Chris' school, from the airport and helping her find stuff like bedding for her room in the apartment.
After Chris ...
... also that wasn't overrun with Chinese tourists. Massive crowd everywhere we went. Oh well, guess you can't ban people from enjoying their own country.
Visited the Ling Yin Temple, the gardens at the West Lake and took a boot cruise on the lake.
On to our next adventure now. Arrived o
in Guilin last night. Off to see the rice terraces and the minority peoples tomorrow.