Luoyang Companionship Hotel
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There's no difference. Not at first anyway. The sun glances off buildings as trees, walls, and railways tracks pass by into the distance. Apartment building rise up along the side of the train, visible over the short walk that always seems to border the tracks. It's only as I look a little deeper that I begin to see the discrepancies. There is a sheen of decay to the buildings we pass. On one, I can see the redbrick facade poking through, the white ...
... bus drivers will allow me to die in mass -- something about safety in numbers that always seems a little warmer. Anyway -- first stop is the Longmen Grottoes, another UNESCO world heritage site.
Many of the over 100,000 statues are over 1500 years old, ranging in size from 1" to 57'ft tall. The first thing I noticed is the sheer magnificence of the artistry. In a world full of multimedia, and flashing lights we have become accustomed to the quick visual scan we ...
... and continued shopping. She found some things that she just had to have.
We had dinner with the boys at the "Turtle "restaurant which always serves up a good feast.
Yesterday it was off to White Horse Temple. This is an impressive place and they are building more things all the time around the temple. The buildings are temples from neighboring countries and the have also started building a copy of the famous temple from Ancient Luoyang. It is ...
I am becoming like all the other foreign teachers and sleeping in. This is most unusual for me as I try to get up early and go to bed early. I think it is because we work late into the evening and my body clock doesn't know about that. Yesterday, I didn't get up until 11 and then this morning it was still after 10. There is also no reason to get up. I need Kerry knocking on my door asking me to go for a walk.
Yesterday was the celebration for David's birthday. I met up with ...
... part Scottish I pointed to the lowest number hoping that it was the cheapest price. (also praying that it was in Yuan and not US$'s). The young guy started to put the dye through my hair. Others came to watch him and discuss what he was doing. While this was happening I was able to watch what was actually going on in the salon. I could see the back of a person and they were getting curls put in the back of their hair with a hot roller. I was wondering what the person was like ...