King Chuan Hotel
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... river, mostly boys, with the girls watching, though one got in as well. We were passing houses being built (or maybe more accommodation for tourists), a large area which had clearly been planted with veg this year which had been bulldozed, whether for a road, drainage, housing or what, we don't know. There was evidence of small landslides down the steep hillsides, and some of the roads were very cracked, though we think the last earthquake in this region was ...
... s Park used to be called 'Little City'. In what should be a very relaxing and peaceful place, in true Chinese style, the air is filled with karaoke, music from formation dancing and people shouting. We did however manage to find a very nice tea house by a pond which was quieter. It was here that I was offered to have my ears scraped. Whilst enjoying a crysanthemum tea and sitting at a table and chair set that was identical to the one that ...
... anyway (15p!) and she insisted it would be haoche (delicious), I tentatively took a few bites and concurred it was haoche and bought another one. The meat was deffinately undefinable but I enjoyed it none the less. Roll on the food poisoning! We headed to bed for an early one (again!) as we were flying to Yang shuo tomorrow. Chengdu (also known to us as Chengpu and Poopdu) might not have made a great first impression but we had a great time there by the end!* Craig. *Grant might not ...
... preparation." Hm...I obviously suffer from confusion since I couldn't find the way back to my apartment and buying anything can sometimes be a confusing and frustrating ordeal, but I wouldn't say I am any more confused than I was before. I got lost all of the time in Colorado. Sense of uncertainty...well yeah, of course I am uncertain. I am uncertain of how to say basic phrases in Mandarin, of whether or not to eat half the things I am eating, and the list goes on. ...
... br> Before they marry chinese women want their men to be able to buy a house and a car and have plenty of money so clubs like these are full of girls looking for husbands spashing their cash, you can buy GIANT teddy bears (the love their teddys here), the obligatory “rose” man has been replaced with people selling giant fancy flowers too, when a bottle of champagne is bought its carried to the table with a giant sparkle candle thing so everyone can see who ...