Jinyuan Kaiyue Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... I just waited until she got back. When she got back, her friend was there and they tried to teach me mahjong. Just as I thought I was getting the hang of it, they gave up and put the game away. They brought out an easier matching game and we played that until someone wanted to take a nap. They put a disney movie on for my benefit??? I guess, and went to lay down and text their friends/play candy crush or something.
... time to do anything in Shanghai except for a visit to the iconic Oriental Pearl Tower. It was actually quite a ripoff, but it was good training for standing in the kind of long sweaty lineup that we should expect more of on our trip. Nonetheless, it was a great view of some mighty tall buildings.
The next day, Kaiden and Shoko had a quick tour for the factory before hitting the ...
... exhausted we went back to the hotel for a rest. Once it became dark outside about 9pm we decided to check out Kaifeng’s night market. Every animal you could think of was being sold here, not as a pet, but with a stick up its bum to be eaten. As tempting as it was to try something (said with a hint of sarcasm) we couldn’t see anything that really caught our eye, it didn’t help with the smell of Doufu (a really foul smelling type of fried tofu). ...
... of beautiful Chinese girls, and a battleship that "fired" on the ancient capital. I didn't understand a word of any of the songs. Nonetheless, I left the park spell-bound.The pictures hardly due it justice, but I think that my words are just as inadequate. It's strange to think that a city like Kaifeng can put on an extravagant show like that, but is still considered an extremely poor city. China is full of contradictions that I may never understand. Oh, ...
We went to a rural primary school, which was relatively backward, especially the impressive toilet having no doors, no basins and only a smelly sink for wiwi and poo poo. Yuck! Until I met the vivid children, my dislike feeling entirely faded out. They were so cute, sweet and innocent. While I was teaching them origami of marine animals, they were so delighted and excited. Every step satisfied their curiosity ...