Howard Johnson Parkland Hotel
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... as you can see in the photos is world class. The stage is massive and the back stage area would be at least 5 times the stage space. The full fly tower was able to store our entire sound shell which was in the early stages of being flown back up into the ceiling as we packed down the stage. Truly state of the art and a pleasure to play in for our first gig on Chinese soil. The audience was a fair size (approx. 250) - they had paid between NZ$25 and ...
... that option while a few of us went exploring in the hope of finding Peking Duck. After 40 minutes if drawing pictures of ducks, making quacking noises and playing charades with a number of locals and restaurateurs we finally found what we had been looking for and feasted on Duck the proper way - pancakes, hoisin, leek and duck all carved by the table. Fantastic. This ...
... got the indicators working correctly and brake proportioning valve swapped out with the replacements from Australia. New coax was installed for the UHF radio and we will see how that goes on the road. Horns were replaced/repaired on the lead car - kind of important when in China. Also the wiring was examined on car 12, which had a fire in the aftermarket central locking system in one door. Their main issue was that the air con had stopped working so after some examination a relay ...
... and realised that this city did not cater for english speakers and I dont think we saw anyone else who was not chinese. The team arrived around 5pm and we headed down to the front to say hello. First person we met was Jacob, the 21yo son of my friend Tim. We were eagerly met but those we knew from the trip in Australia and started to catch up. The parking of the cars out front was taking place and received some tooting from the traffic as the collection of large ...
... looks. Initially this may have been low cloud but the warm morning reveals it is here to stay and we hope we see the end of it once we reach Mongolia. Also we hope to have not developed a cough before then. Our travelling companions from Perth, being Virginias dad and my friend Tims wife Kerry, will both be en route now. The convoy should be boarding the ferry in the next couple of hours and take the 7 hr crossing to ...