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... to her not to buy this gift, but there was no stopping her. In the end, she merrily danced away clinging to the arm of her partner. The toy, coincidently...a gun. Lol
The crowds are down and the food is tasting much better here. After lunch we had a fish kiss pedicure. Sam loved it. He also really enjoyed firing a crossbow. We really like Pingyao. So many photo ops. As for the title...there are interesting people and many dogs. Hope you ...
... was worth it. Thank Buddha that these Yellow Devils follow neither the God of Israel nor Araby!
Sun 5th: Today we planned a full schedule, and set out early. Breakfast at the hotel, part execrable and the remainder inedible, did not detain us long.
After a week of Buddhist temples, grottos and monasteries, we were not long in deciding that the religion was worthy of a break, and commenced by shuffling our way to the Taoist temple, ...
... vegetables all on skewers, which were covered in a spicy sauce and grilled. Wowza, they were hot but really delicious. I seem to have to blow my nose during every meal in China, perhaps showing how hot the food is. Before we went back to bed we stopped off in a bar with a live two piece band. We didn't buy a drink as the prices were disgustingly high. We then had to endure the cheesiest singing for an hour whilst the lead singer gestured to us, asking if we ...
... flat. I keep my elbows out and try to rugby wrestle my way to the front :) Joe is far better at it than me.. Maybe because he's a bit taller.
Anyways, so we've conquered the Chinese queue, now the trains! That was pretty interesting. Second class meant 6 bunk beds in each section, we unfortunately got top bunks (and in separate carriages) even though we booked the first day we were in China! The ...
... br> enter the city walls, so a lovely woman took us on her golf cart like vehicle to
our hostel, Yamen Youth Hostel. The hostel is in the old governors building and
has a beautiful courtyard, which all the rooms feed off of. Our room is far
bigger than the room in Beijing and has old wooden doors with a wooden bolt to
lock us in at night.
The first night we went to a small hole in
the wall restaurant (it literally was tables in an ...