Luoyang Companionship Hotel
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... I really want to ask her what happened to good ole Fourth of July, but with our final test tomorrow and vacation coming, I don’t see the point.
I think what truly kills me is that these kids speak good enough English that with a little bit of research and a translator for a dozen difficult words, their speeches would have been much better than the obviously Google-translated Chinglish I have ended up ...
... not really worshipping or prayerful, but they were there to revisit their culture or teach it to their children. It was an extremely peaceful area.
The Buddha statues that we saw were very intricate. As a sign of respect we were asked not to photograph in the temple. A monk was seated inside helping the public squire incense and guidance for prayer. So students gave a donation, acquired incense, ...
... to Chris what she wanted him to do with body gestures an emphasized breathing. It took Chris several tries with her hadn over his nose before he realized he was supposed to hold his breath to a count of ten before expelling all the air in his lungs. During one of these attempts, the woman apparently got some of Chris's boogers on her hand, because she then reached down and wiped them off on his bare leg. I, at this point, am laughing somewhat ...
... that it won't be finished before I leave as it looks really impressive.
We caught a taxi home and I went to Mia's for a coffee and Jenny went home. Both of us needed a rest as we were off again to Longmen.
It was difficult for me to judge the timing, as we wanted to see it in daylight and then stay for when it is lit up. We did a pretty good job of it and only had to wait half an hour at the end before it was dark enough for the lights to make ...
... but there was a sort of reverent atmosphere among them.
Back in town, we found a restaurant in the old town region offering a meal referred to as the Luoyang water banquet in. It turned out to be about 5 different soups, containing various meats, noodles and veggies. Not bad, but we decided that we would not go too far out of our way to have it again.
Back to the hotel to rest up for the high speed train early the next day to ...
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