Jing Bin Hotel
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... a foot massage would be fabulous! Lisa handled it with a picture of a foot, while tapping on her shoe. We got a price and the next thing we knew we were in a room on a super king size bed (on the floor) with our feet in bins of hot water....mission accomplished!!!! No chairs.....sitting on the edge of the bed. Wonderful! Like reflexology.....ahhhhhhhhhhh! Long story short....we had full 90 minute massages got flipped ...
... finally worked out that there was a toll fee on top, but it wasn't obvious. Poor guy dragged us around for about an hour and we were probably very annoying. We made it to our hotel. We got checked in and Jasmine and I went up to our room, but while we were there, they came and told Jasmine that she was in the wrong room and was on another floor. It turns out she's sharing with Helen, and Oanh is sharing with me, but her flight was delayed. While I was typing this ...
... s hilarious because of course none of us know how to barter in English sooo bartering in Chinese is basically impossible. Wei told us not to buy anything the first day, just to look and figure out what we wanted. In my mind it’s like the China Town in New York. You can get tapestries, shirts, statues, tea pots, jewelry.. all sorts of “authentic” trinkets. I wanted this simple ring with a rose on it and Rebecca asked how much it was and by the time she was done ...
... street food, 10 RMB (< $2
CAD) hair salons , convenience stores and prostitution services (if I’m lucky,
on some evenings I can even preview the goods through the glass door).
I also met Sammy from Canada, who also happens to be
Taishanese! Sammy, you’re my first (Taishanese travel encounter, of course) so
I’ll overlook your Ottawa misfortune.
... of Heaven. Unlike the Buddhist Lama Temple, this Temple was thought to be a Taoist, although there is evidence to suggest that Heaven worship existed long before Taoism in China. This Temple was used by Emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties to pray for a Good Harvest. On Sundays, the huge park that the Temple is located in is used by many people to play, exercise, dance and sing. It was mostly people in groups, performing rehearsed dances, ...