Luoyang Companionship Hotel
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... they had to give us an upgrade to a suite. Well, if they have to then we just will have to accept it! :-) The Longmen Caves: it was quite a walk to reach the first cave but they are impressive! Just to give you an idea - there are 1,350 caves, 750 niches and 40 pagodas which house 110,000 statues carved out of the limestone. Three of the caves - called Bingyang had 800,000 men working on them and it took 23 years ...
... like a sanctuary of sorts, protected as I was by a polite society and a language barrier, has been broken. I went out to a club with friends, and within minutes of being on the dance floor I had my ass spanked and groped by some drunken middle-aged man. I laughed it off and went back to my table. I didn’t want a problem. I couldn’t find him again even if I tried. It wasn’t such a big deal. It wasn’t worth ...
... of fried something that wasn’t meat, causing the soup to froth and boil like a cauldron. There was a typical sweet and spicy cabbage dish. And then there were about five more dishes. The table was groaning with food, and I tried it all. I was able to recognize and name, at most, 10 of the ingredients. There were noodles I’d never seen before, different stewed fungi that I couldn’t recognize, some kind of tuber stew ...
... 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 ...
... 3 guys up on a roof and they looked like they were trying to attach these long metal rods across the roof, one had obviously dropped and was lying halfway across the footpath below where all the tourists were walking..
It was getting quite hot by this stage so we finished up and Kathryn bought some apricots one the way out and I got an icecream like a Splice but just a tad different, this one was blue. We found a new ...