Jinjiang Sunshine Hotel
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... that he eats as easily outside and does not require a restaurant shows how well we fit together. Then we walk to his car, check one more time if we left nothing in it - Sisi already put in some pre-cut melon - and then we give a Western hug, and he drives into the morning traffic. A good and gentle friend... We have some things to organize today, because our departure from the Silk Path means we have to prepare our next ...
... Sambucca and Tequilas, and it tasted just as bad! Not
to be out done just before they were going to get in their car and drive
2 hours to Beijing for the night I traded photos for a shot of wine
with all of them; tomorrow will be a tough day. Dinner was very
traditional, many different plates and spices to try, bloody beautiful.
Back to the Resort and more drinks with Louie, I have no idea what time I
It's been nearly a week of night trains and a couple of quick stop offs to take us over 1,130 miles further south to Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province. On our journey, we've taken on 3 night trains of varying comfort and we've stopped over at the little city of Pingyao and the much larger city of Xi'an, both located in the Shaanxi Province.
We last left you at the start of our pretty horrendous journey from Beijing to Pingyao. The train journey was long, uncomfortable ...
... part of the trek was hardest for me. It was slippery after several small showers of rain. Just enough to keep us damp and reduce visibility to the valley below. Eventually made it to ge place where we were having lunch. Lijuan ordered as usual. Plenty of vege and mushroom dishes and a couple of meat dishes ( pork and chicken). And of course lots of rice and green tea to drink. The afternoon trekking was not as difficult as the morning but we were all getting tired and ...
... eat simply too.
I've set myself a challenge to come up with variety in creating two pot wonders - to break the pattern of stir-fry and rice. So far I've managed a (sort of) Spanish omelette, brown stew and leek and potato soup – leeks and potatoes both currently selling by the truckload on the side of the road. Owen did a pretty good spag bol imitation with mutton mince and egg noodles. I've even managed to make "wok-roasted" ...