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One of the craziest days so far. We arrived in a tuktuk (thank god it was motorised) at out hostel and this sense of 'Oh bolox' came over me. We walked int o find out that the hostel was in fact closed for renovation and that we had to go elsewhere.
Ok so the less said about the middle of the day the better. After the best shower i have had in china i left the hostel and went for a wander. Not the smartest idea when in 3 inch heels. Needless to say after ...
... in different
countries nothing shocks me anymore. I'm finding the communal culture
and the sense of hospitality towards guests very similar (especially
piling food on a guest's plate unasked for). It isn't a big change to
switch from eating with bread around a shared dish, to eating with
chopsticks around shared dishes. Crossing the chaotic streets is just
At the same time, I also find major
... an unusual lunch of dumplings, cooked in a trash-filled alley where they were burning garbage about 5 feet from me. Some part of me was like "Um...I don't see a health inspection certificate clearly displayed," but there was something charming about sitting on a 4" high stool next to a filthy table, eating delicious dumplings while shooing away flies. And on an entirely unrelated note, I'm not sure whose idea it was to only install ...
... the hotel, but the streets built in the gSungh (v) style. The whole streets was built in the inner city of gKaifengh (J), and surrounded by the old wall just like the past. The street was quite beautiful in my mind as I like the old style things very much. At the end of the street, that was a square and behind it was the copied palace of gSungh, the square there was used to drop down peoplesf head. There were two tough stone lion there but they were not fearful ...
... only a handful of Yuan several years ago when I was in Shangrila it has done sweet bugger keeping me warm in Shangzhou since winter hit. In fact it really hasn't done much of a job keeping me warm at all over the past few years, I've just been too skimpy to fork out money on a descent jacket so I bit the bullet and finally handed over a hand full of cash for a 'real' winter jacket ...