Qianjia Garden Hotel
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... oxtail, peppered and non-peppered shrimp, (They were brought out live in a bucket before being prepared) more noodles, and a whole crispy fried chicken.
We did our best to try everything but I, being a barbarian didn’t realize I was supposed to use a pair of communal chopsticks for certain dishes and after I ate from them neither Mr Peng nor Vivi touched them again. I thought I saw a look of disgust on Mr. Peng’s ...
... the water, racing each other, and pretending to play bumper boats. Jamie freaked us out when he started to rock the boat and told us there were crocodiles in the water. J A few of us went to see a traditional Chinese drum show. Two men dressed in a lion costume and jumped around on a platform. It was really neat. The men were truly talented and jumped so high into the air. When ...
... the meat skewers, walking along eating. Several stands selling fresh pomegranate juice.
After lunch we had a Chinese massage. I enjoyed mine very much, but for some of the others it turned into a painful, bruising experience, literally! It was a fairly deep tissue massage and you needed to remind the masseuse to not be so firm. Also had pedicure, felt wonderful. They asked if we wanted our ears cleaned, ...
... see photo). This
waiting position is taken by both young and old, using muscles Matt and I didn't
The bus journey came to end in a large bus
depot. Taxi drivers wanted 150 yuan to get to our hostel. Not being impressed
with the price, we hopped on a bus, 2 yuan each, into the city center with Mel,
Wouter and Michel. The bus stopped outside the grand Bell Tower, which at night
is all lit up and quite spectacular. At this ...
... patient with my bad Chinese, terrible tones and lack of vocabulary. I'm thankful that even though honestly I probably was saying "ni hao" wrong some of the time, she always tried to understand me and how she tried to learn some English words like "have a rest".