Donghu Hotel (Donghu Road)
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... which I did. I then lined up and followed the queue of people going through. I found it extremely strange that everyone was pooled into one line. People connecting out of China and people staying in China. I was also disappointed in my Areoplan Representative who gave me false information about not having to pick up my bags and go through customs. When it was my turn up to the customs lady she didn't say much, I didn’t understand her and I had to have my ...
The morning time today was for packing and working on our papers. In the afternoon, we got on a bus with all of our luggage and went to a silk factory to see how silk was made. I actually got to touch a silk worm and help stretch one I the layers which was pretty cool. After, we got back in the bus and drive for a little under two hours to get to Shanghai. We checked into our rooms and then ...
... because its like "Instant Family!", the young couple that runs the restaurant and their mother/in law work together, making dumplings, serving, busing tables, making change. They are working hard and efficiently as possible but still have time to joke around with the guests. They treat me as an adopted son. Not the cleanest place in the world but the food is boiling hot and the chop sticks are disposable so who cares? ...
... to Lewys reassures me and we walk in the general direction of our hotel which is probably 10km away. We walk 1 mile before we see a hotel. To reach it, we walk past run-down poorly lit neighbourhoods. The Chinese stop to watch us walk past. After trying to flag down a taxi, one eventually stops. I point on my map (with the chinese name) where we want to go and the driver gets going. Lewys falls asleep. It's my first time in taxi in Beijing and it looks all the same. High-rise buildings ...
... side and if they do they will refuse to say one word or even look at you.
Type 2 - The Leaker. Comes in either crying or with red rimmed, wet eyes. Takes one look at the scary Laowai and bursts into floods of tears. Does not stop.
Type 3 - The Precocious Little Shi.... Darling. Comes in speaking and simply won't shut up. Refuses to let other children take a turn.
Type 4 - ...