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... chilli sauce, something called beef noodles (which looked a bit like intestine, filled with small pieces of beef), fried dumplings, a bacon egg (a smoked egg that tasted like bacon), moon cake, yellow rice wine and nut and grain tea (a hot drink that tasted a bit like a nutty ovaltine). The fried dumplings were definitely my favourite thing. Matt also managed to order a hot coca cola, the coke he got from the fridge wasn't cold (a common occurrence in China, fridges ...
... and, uniquely, had a temple dedicated to the punishments that could be received in hell including being squashed, decapitated and burnt in a wok. All depicted very graphically. The other temple we visited was the Shaung Lin temple. It was similar in style but contained 2000 wood and clay clad figures depicting buddhas, disciples and benefactors. It also told the story of the buddha in ...
... life and the Datong terror hotel it felt just nice not to overdo mysel as I knew the most adventurous was yet to come.
Later that night I went to eat at the same restaurant as yesterday, so the guy welcomed me with a great smile. His food was good and I didn’t get sick from it, so better stay at the source J
At night I chilled at the hostel and packed my bags since I had to take the 9am bus to Xi’an the next ...
... for a light dinner. The next morning we enjoyed a great breakfast and drove to a place called gods window, 3 rondarvels and wonder view. 3 great scenic points overlooking amazing rock formations. It was stunning weather and we all marvelled at the true beauty of South Africa. The next day we travelled to Graskop and had a pancake for brunch in Harry's cafe apparently famous for pancakes. They were delicious and highly recommended! We did a bit of curio shopping and then ...
... as its quite a small city within the city walls! We spent most of our time chilling out which I think was something we needed to do after the hustle and bustle of Beijing!! Unfortunately we struggled to keep in touch with family etc while we were there because we had a few power cuts, plus the wifi was pretty rubbish even when it was on! But I guess that's what you get for going to the more rural area's! However while we were in Pingyao we ...