Chuan Hui Grand Hotel
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... of stalls selling food and goods. People were very surprised to see us - their expressions were, at times, priceless. I don't think they see many westerners in Muyi. The hotel put on a fantastic light show and was easily seen from anywhere in the town - we were on the 19th floor - and was a beacon on the skyline. We stayed in the Hon Sen Hotel in Muyi. Although, we never used the vast quantity of male and female condoms that were supplied in our hotel room. Or the pleasure ...
... like that just doesn’t faze them at all although I do wish their manners were better, the hawking and spitting wears thin after a while to the extent that I’m boaking listening to them.
I need a few odd jobs done for example finding a hardware store and a tailor, the owner takes me to a market underneath the square that everyone was dancing in, I never thought of anything being below it because ...
... did we had passed them. Unbelievable. Fortunately Jody and Jill saw them too.
The drive into Panzhihua took us over an enormous suspension bridge.
Panzhihua isn't even on a lot of maps and there is no mention of it in any guide books that I read. Yet it is a huge city of over a million people. It has an enormous Iron Ore mine which can be ...
Another very uneventful drive day today, on the road at 7.30am driving along a very very bumpy road at low speeds for most of the day, mostly following lushly forested valleys as we continue south along the south-eastern most edge of the Tibetan plateau.
We stopped in a roadside village for lunch at about 2pm for a large plate of fried rice, accompanied by chilli flakes ...
... which had shared open toilets!), and had dinner in a small place where the locals had a good laugh at our expense! They obviously don't get many foreigners passing through.It was all friendly enough so we were not at all bothered. After dinner we some how found ourselves in a little basement bar with a number of local young people on a night out. It was loads of fun, and we talked with them as best we could, drank together - "Gambai" ...