Holiday Inn Zhengzhou
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What a great few days I have had! All the worry about getting to Shenzhen and back in time for work was easy in the end. Maybe it was all my good planning that made the trip run so smoothly. It started with my fellow English teachers taking some of ,my classes.I am indebted to them.
The actual travel went quite smoothly. I have said in the last blog that I caught the bus and then the flight which were both extremely easy. Todays trip back was nearly as smooth. The only hiccup ...
... T-shirts, uniforms, souvenirs. The ticket for the entrance was even more expensive than the entire trip.
In the city of DengfengI managed to buy a new, proper and beautiful sword for practice, plus some clothing. Satisfied by the shopping and sightseeing we went back to the train-station to take another 6 hour ride back to Xinyi.
It was pretty exhausting.
But it was worth the trip! :)
... folk however, this seemed not to be a problem at all as they settled down between the luggage in the middle of the aisle, chatting away as if everybody knew each other.
From Xinyi we had to take the train towards Zengzhou (6 hours)
I was hoping it would be a bit more comfortable than the bus ride..
However, it the train ride was even more crazy.
As we squeezed ...
I heard the Kaifeng museum was ****. Don't get me wrong, Kaifeng itself has much to offer, it has its own style which is different from other Chinese cities. Once the prosperous capital of the Northern Song Dynsaty (960-1126), things have been tough in Kaifeng lately and it isn't so prosperous these days. However regulations preventing deep foundations for fear of destroying the old city underneath keep soaring skyscrapers at bay here. The ...
... of hours of drinking and Chinese singing but still manage to get back to the hotel in reasonable shape.
We have a much appreciated sleep in and are then taken to the centre of Zhengzhou to look at the shops. The streets are really crowded as it is the beginning of the 8 day National holiday. It is like being at the Ekka with loudspeakers and music and lots of pushing through the crowds. We aren't at all interested in the shops but do find ...
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