Jasper International Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Pork and vegetable dumplings and sweet and sour pork were for prepping after.They use the same knife and chopping board for everything here, but you wash it in between prepping the different dishes. For the Chinese cuisine they have a couple of spices/ingredients set up on the desk, for the different dishes you use the same ingredients in different amounts. The teacher asked us some questions about ourselves and ...
... two groups as the buses were packed with locals going about their business. The first group finally boarded a bus whilst Wendy, Ting Ting and I waited for another bus. A couple waiting nearby were approached by a local private bus driver. I mused that we should ask how much it would be to share the bus....so we did, for the grand price of 90c each! We soon met up with the others and immediately ...
... of a local market to collect the ingredients the school needed for that day's cooking, and to open our eyes a bit to the Chinese style of market. It was very sad to see the dogs in cages at the back of the market, waiting to be chosen for dinner that night. The chosen ones were then killed and skinned and taken home I guess. There was also cages and cages of rabbits, chickens, ducks and geese, but none of them were as disturbing as the poor dogs at the back.
We were ...
... and these animals are bred for their meat. Unfortunately for Jodi she made eye contact with one of the dogs and that will probably scar her for a while. Cathy was very open about her life in Yangshou. She does it pretty tough, she is the breadwinner in her family as her husband has a mental illness. The government provides little assistance and after expenses their family of three lives off of 200 ...
Today we say goodbye to main land China and hit the big city, Hong Kong. First, we had to bus it back from Yangshou to Guilin and catch our over night train to Shenzen where we would cross the border into HK. Once we arrived at the bus station in Yangshou we were quickly shuffled through the parking lot to a seriously run down bus. The curtains were brown from soot, the seats were worn and soiled and the steering wheel ...