Liaoning International Hotel
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... and wait- in the station. So we jump off with the important and expensive stuff and head inside. The border station is very basic. Toilets (squat), and a small mini mart-like shop. Then chairs everywhere. The shop takes Chinese, US, an I saw Euro. Did not take Australian. The group decided to keep drinking through out the crossing, so I joined in. Bottle of Stolichnaya vodka and a mixer for USD$15. The night wore on and the drinks kept going. Some people were ...
Happy International Women's day!!!! So clearly, I have the best department in the entire school. On Friday I was surprised with a bouquet from the PE boys as well as with a tri-lingual homemade card. The boys spoiled me for the day, bought me lunch and let me say whatever I wanted ...
... a little while and spoke to the local, answering the usual questions about how we like China, where we are from etc. It came to the end of the conversation and the local asked if we would take down his email address so we could keep in touch?! We couldn't really laugh in the man's face and say no thanks, so a bit wary, we went into the shop and waited for the local to give Joe his email address.
The local rather predictably went on to paint us a rather awful ...
... enjoyable. The square was busy but not full. Some of my group were surprised at the other people on the square taking photos of us as we walked around, some even stopping to ask for posed photos with us. Its a good initiation experience :-) We walked from there to lunch and along the way happened upon this little garden area. We meandered through for a bit but then people stomachs stated needing food so we moved onto the dumplings mentioned ...
... to order for us (we later realized she spoke perfectly good English). When we did get our food, I got what is essentially a Peking duck wrap where they substituted the Colonel's fried chicken and secret spices for the duck. It even had the green onions and hoisin sauce. It was pretty good for fast food. The chicken sandwiches Heather and Chris ordered were different than back home because ...