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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 ...
What a bizarre last 20 hours. I'm at another internet cafe, awaiting another night train, just as last night. Only this time, I'm guaranteed a spot on the train (well, supposedly, anyway).
I've come to expect that when I go to board a train in China, there will be a mass of about a hundred people trying to squeeze into and out of the doors at once, all yelling at the same time. It's the same way they drive, too. It's an ...
... and huge temple which is probably the biggest temple i had been to amongst my travels. The temple attracts many vistors across China and is very beautiful once you get inside. We must had spent about a hour and a half to do a circle but even that wasn't enough.
Afterwards we went to the city centre of Kaifeng which was only 5 mins away from the temple. Elaine and Momo checked some shops and then afterwards we got some snacks ...
... when we arrived there, the temperature was nearly 20 degree Celsius! We had carried many clothes but no use. Thee were many Tin Ka Ping Secondary School students (China) in the airport to welcome our students .They are very nice and helpful. They were proactive and helpful to help our teachers to carry their luggage. Our students were separated into two groups to travel different places. We said goodbye to our students and followed to our tour ...
... with no seat and a ******* of a 'I'm Mr Businessman' (who was born with a deep loud and very annoying voice) who began trying to impress the young girl next to him at 4:30am (an hour and a half after we got on) and didn't stop until two hours before we arrived at Kaifeng. She obviously gave him a big knock back! He for no reason we could figure got up and moved seats. He walked past several times ...