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... Meat on sticks is apparently a Chinese favourite but not one of mine. Beggars can't be choosers right?
"He came to stay at my hostel, just like you."
"He liked it so much, he stayed for five months." Five months in Luoyang sounded excessive. (See last entry)
"He fell in love with my manager. She's from Kaifeng."
"She's not your manager anymore?" I supposed.
"No." He didn't seem too bothered about losing his employee.
"Is she ...
... turned very windy and dusty. It was even worse by 6pm when we'd arranged to visit the night markets with Carlos. Undeterred we set out, only to find, not unexpectedly, that the weather had kept stall holders and buyers indoors, so we headed for dinner at a popular local restaurant where we were a bit of a curiosity, then back to the hotel for a good night's rest in our lovely comfy bed, after a day of much ...
... as Zhengzhou or Shanghai but it is a nice place and alot more traditional. They have alot of different food here which is always the case any where you go in China, good thing is each province has there own unique tastes above all Kaifeng really seem to just have everything you can eat specially during the night. The weather there was hot at the time. It felt like it was summer back in the UK.
Anyway our first stop was ...
Today was my first day to go to Henan. The plane took off at about 12:40. It was a good experience for me, at first I thought it would be quite painful for my ears although it was the second time I took the plane. It was a good trip for me. After we get off the plane, we headed to another city in Henan, Kaifeng. We had gone to a square, which was copy from the model of Sung dynasty, it was a big ...
... of China soon succumbed to constant flooding from the nearby Huang He(River) and invaders from the north. However, Kaifeng still preserves much of this ancient glory in many of its sites and the tiny, birck alleys that weave in and out of modern contruction projects. A dusty dirt road that stings the eyes AND nostrils will often lead right into a black top, six lane intersection with a ...