Yangzhou Renjia International Hotel
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... friend of Wei's reserved a table for us a bar/club, and escorted us there. When we arrived, there was a line of servers lined up to greet us as we entered the bar. We then received the best table, bottle service, and unlimited beer, all for a good price, simply because we were american and people knew we were coming. It was unreal. None of us were expecting this.. we just wanted a fun night out! It turned out to be a really interesting but awesome night though!
... with a salad and potatoes. It was the best tasting steak I have had in my life. They finished the meal with a yogurt dish. We were amazed that they had prepared an "American" meal just for us. We then also learned that they brought in a chef all the way from Shanghai to prepare the meal for us, who also handpicked each steak and had them imported to Taizhou. It was incredible. The hospitality that Taizhou gave to us was something truly special.
... served us fruit, noodles, and tea during the massage. It was really the royal treatment!
It was such an interesting experience to be treated like VIPs everywhere we went. I loved Beijing, but arriving in Taizhou was such a welcomed change of pace. It felt great to slow down a little, and feel like we were accepted and welcome within a community. We all fell in love with Taizhou that very first day.
... we finished with the animals and rides we headed home with ice lollys. I had the best ice lolly i have ever had, it was yummy fruit ice around jelly! Brilliant invention!
Then we went back to grandmas for yet another feast! There were so many people we had to create makeshift tables and places to eat! Oh and i discovered yummy peanut flavoured milk, cousin Benjamin's worst nightmare! The usual eat this eat this occured but this time i was safe eating dumplings, including kung ...
... what the medicine really is!
Yangshou is a very tidy city with very neat hedged gardens
and colourful trees. The surrounding hills make a spectacular backdrop to the
city. We drove back to Guilin in the bus and stopped on the way to visit a
traditional and functional farming community. The main crop is the rice and
they also grow abundant crops of chilli, a green-skinned orange which is juicy
but more bland than NZ oranges, cabbage and ...