Kaifeng Dongjing Hotel
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... cold may have something to do with the number of people who touch her hands every day. Seriously, 50 people a day would come up to her to just hold her hand and then she sticks her hands in her mouth… It’s hard to say ‘no’ to people. I don’t want to offend and sometimes it’s just impossible to stop people. So anyway, she’s on the mend.
We reached Xi’an this afternoon and will leave for Pingyao in a couple of days. Stay tuned!
... smart ways the Chinese pipe their music through discrete ornaments in the various attractions we've visited, & found the Buddhist music playing here a terrific accompaniment to our wanderings around the monastery.
The weather really put a dampener on today's tours, so we were happy to return to the hotel & once we were dry & warm again, we decided to have an evening snack in ...
... but we respectfully declined since Dave and I like to explore on our own.
We walked south to the old city wall and then East along it to the main gate to the city. After returning to the hotel and taking a 2-hour nap, we went back to the gulou'guang’chang market area for dinner. Had Japanese fried tofu and skewered squid and a bunch of barbequed items.
... we need to restrict to the students motion and keep them in discipline. After the self introduction, we started our lesson. The first part was held by Sam and he wanted the children to play his game. However, he failed since the students were not able to follower, in spite of the game easy as gteacher saysh. So we jumped in to the next part, teaching cantoness by Terry. And to prevent letting them dull, we started to ...
Hey Hey and a Big G'Day toya Before me my cheap Mc Donald's coffee is now growing cold. I came in here to get out of the humidity outside but there seems to be no air-conditioner. What there is though, is a big flat screen TV and a growing Chinese crowd around me. Outside and a floor down the city's main night market is being set up. Here a year ago Luo Wei and I spent many happy hours getting to know each ...