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... they were filled with Chinese families singing karaoke. Unfortunately we can't read Mandarin so the karaoke wasn't an option for us and we stayed out of the clubs. All the neon did make for some good pictures though. One final point about Fenghunag was that we got stared at a lot. People would literally stop dead in their tracks and stare as we walked past. This might have been because we were the only white people in ...
... Make a new friend and walk the streets. Wake me up before you go go, yes, but first let me sit awhile.
A sense of calm resides here as fellow expats and tourists alike collect by the river dressed in traditional clothing, capturing the perfect angle on their cameras and enjoying the moment. Locals wash their clothes nearby and tasty snacks are only steps away.
This is Phoenix country, and the firebird is one to remember.
... Dun Yun had to go back to work, I stayed out and bought a ticket to wander around some more. Usually you have to pay to get into the old city, which includes entrance to the various historical things and also a short boat ride down the river. They push you around like you are in Venice.
I was super tired again so I bought some fried tofu and sweet potato for dinner and went to bed at maybe 8 p.m.
I got dropped off by the bus at a random corner that was not on my map, so I walked up and down one busy street until finally, I found one street that was. And I was way on the other side of the city where I didn't want to be.
I had nothing better to do, so I walked over to see if the hostel had any space. When I finally found the old part of town ...
I was up at the crack of dawn yet again....well before the crack to be fair!
We said we would get up and head down to the river to try and catch sunrise. Doc and Shua arrived really early as they are staying in a different hostel and as I said before Doc's English is pretty limited so when I was trying to explain that it was cloudy and there would be no sunrise today...it didn't quite go in, so we headed ...
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