Jincheng Tourism Hotel
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Today is a day with some sad emotions, because at 8 o'clock we have our last breakfast with Xiao Wu. His vacation is over and he has to return home, to Xiang Xi, a 1000 km drive. Together we walk over the broad sidewalks looking for a restaurant. Instead we find a food vendor who is baking a kind of pancakes, which he uses to wrap vegetables or meat. We buy the food and sit on some steps, eating and watching the traffic and people. ...
... box was a traditional Chinese White wine so being a generous bloke,
everyone was offered a shot, now this isn't any normal wine, it is made
from Sorghum and is 50 percent proof alcohol! The South African and I
were the only ones to take the first nip, but Pandora's box was now open
. The Mogolians lost their ****, sculling races and photos
were going everywhere, all targeting me, it was like I was 18 again on a
... up to 21,196 km (13,171 mi)
-Stone Forest, or in Chinese, Shilin is a limestone formation.
-Known as the 'First Wonder of the World'
-Is 3 kilometers (720 acres)
-Known since the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644 ...
... and higher. The famous 28 bends was not as bad as I thought it would be. Soon we were on top of the world (well tiger leaping gorge). On the way there was a photo opportunity hat usually had to be paid for but the lady was not there. Some of the group went out to the ledge to take advantage ( not for me).As we were leaving the stall holder turned up. She was angry and insisted on payment so lijuan paid her just to keep the peace as she is not actually allowed to charge. ...
The apartment is small, living/dining room, kitchen, bathroom and two bedrooms - so the housework doesn't take long to do. That is kind of nice, it's good to feel on top of it, that it's something that's easy. Not like at home where housework tends to be something dreaded, endured.
We live simply, few possessions, not many gadgets, we brought mainly clothes in our 23kg baggage allowance. Shopping on foot and just a two burner stovetop ...