Longcheng International Hotel
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... Oh you're a beautiful girl, you're the most beautiful girl in the world" and blahblahblah. I'm not gonna say he was fondling the poor thing, but it might has well have been. I wanted to barf all over the leather interior of the new BMW.
"Howard she's terrified," I said as the baby started crying, and then he gave the baby back. He thought it was due to his unshaved face and I rolled my eyes, got out of the car and ran onto the train. Glad it was all over.
... world, where a super rich merchant lived and conducted his business with his family and hundreds of servants.
The film Raise the Red Lantern was shot there, so the whole thing felt oddly familiar and depressing, like the movie. I hadn't seen the movie in a long time, so it was all a very vague sort of familiarity. Strange.
After wandering around in the 150 rooms open to the public, I headed back to town. I bought a creamy melon ...
... ourselves somewhere to park for the night.
It was an old mud and brick village called Dayu. There were still some houses occupied but a lot were empty and in ruins. We found out later that as the elders died and the young people moved away, the town was slowly dying. No different to little places elsewhere, I suppose.
We were quite a novelty, ...
... It makes me think, if I would of acted purely on emotion, we probably would have been back home right now!!!
Looking back I have never been more proud of myself for seeing something through. Those cheesy inspirational quotes are right: "If 'Plan A' doesn't work, there are 25 more letters in the alphabet. Stay cool!"
12 weeks and 5 days later, I am filled with joy knowing I stuck to it. I asked for help and ...
... new found attitude and hit the town with some girlfriends from work. We made our way towards the bustling night market in the trendy, down town area of Taiyuan. We ate dinner after the girls did some shopping at H&M, and headed outside to see what the vendors had to offer. Everything from shoes, to make-up, to stuffed animals and thermoses. So different from the night markets I've been to in Thailand, everything ...