Hong'an International Hotel
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... social standing. Using myself and two others on the train as examples, he suggested that I would be charged the most and the other two, different amounts for the same goods or services. Having lived in England while getting his degree, he is familiar with the concept of all people paying the same amount for the same things but it is simply not the practice here. We told him about our experiences and the challenges of travelling ...
... or stops in urban traffic.Occasionally there are attempts to board the vehicle, or climb on the tyres by the front door; malice is entirely absent; these are merely a manifestation of the low value the society places on personal space and privacy. Combined with the absurdly disproportionate -and, in my opinion, verging on cringeworthy- level of apparent awe generated by the presence of a guailo (literally 'ghost chap'), this means one spending the majority of one's time in ...
... the way that a large proportion of Chinese travel. With our seated tickets, we did have specific seats, but were surrounded by people standing in the aisles. There were also food trolleys coming along every half an hour or so, and to get past, all of those standing had to squash into the seated area. As the first stop was ...
... to jest kiosk z napojami i lodami czy to jest grupka starszych panow grajacych w przedziwna gre w karty. Zawsze jakies zainteresowane skosne twarzyczki
podejda i z pelnym usmiechem zaczna do nas gadac (zeby nie bylo to w jedynym slusznym jezyku - Chinskim :P). Amy do nich grzecznie: WOBUDONG - czyli ja nie rozumiec ;P, co zazwyczqaj przyprawia ich o smiech i dlugie komentarze. Czasem jakis Chinczyk tudziez Chinka zagai po angielskiemu pare zdan, wymieni kilka ...
... the importance of guanxi (relationships) on this trip. One of Lu Wei's "uncles" (similar to "Uncle" Roger, "Uncle" Roy and "Uncle" Randy) works at the Grottoes and he got us in for free. Lu Wei complained about the lack of tour guide to explain everything for me while we walked around, but I was content with simply snapping photos and admiring the ancient art. After the Grottoes we went to several other interesting sites within Datong: Jiu Long Bi (Nine Dragon Wall) and a couple ...