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... chicken served with peanuts and tomatoes, probably the most similar to Chinese food back home.
Shupa - A little puff pastry cake filled with a sweet red bean paste. We easily went through 20 of these whilst drinking our beers in Pingyao
Spicy Lamb Sandwich - Lamb that has been slowly braised for hours, then chopped up and mixed with chillies and spring onions, served in a freshly steamed bread bun.
Spicy Potatoes - New potatoes, deep fried, then rolled in ...
... stranger talking to her."Hello," She replied, slightly confused.
"I saw you making noodles earlier today, and I was wondering if there was any way that you could tell me some tips or secrets to making the noodles. My name is Ping by the way." I blabbered on, trying to justify why I was even talking to her in the first place.
She smiled at me, and nodded, "My name is Linyanli. But you can call me Liny." We talked for a while. I gave her advice ...
Arrived in Li Juang late in the afternoon before trekking next day. This is far more touristy. Went down to the water wheel. Was advised just to follow the river back to there is we got lost. This place is full of people and market stalls go on forever. Food street has BBQ skewers and lots of other delicacies on offer. Many tourist offices offering flights and local tours. Mcdonalds, KFC and pizzas available here. There is also a ...
... it should be known as one birth policy because if twins or triplets come along that's ok.
After that we drove to the city centre area for lunch, but while passing through the restaurant, we came upon another wedding, just about to start, and we were encouraged to stop and watch. This would be like a registrar wedding in a restaurant and is pretty informal. Cigarettes and sweets were handed out and it was the correct thing to take ...
... was not much to do in Chengdu and found it a big modern city. So I only spent 2 nights then got the train to Xi'an, this journey was only 17 hours and I had some very nice locals in my compartment.
I was staying in a hostel close to the Muslim Quarter which is a really cool area to wander around at night, the 1st night at the hostel they had a dumpling party, where we learnt how to make dumplings whilst drinking lots of beer, then ...