Rongcheng Yingxiang International Hotel
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... cold noodles, lettuce packs with sesame sauce and eggplant – yum
A Brit walks in alone and soon the waitress is at our table
Requesting Chen’s help with the menu
And he is happy to be of service
Soon the waitress is bringing us delicious tea and 3 tiny cups
Thank you for helping, sir, she says…
... to go to the people's park and experience a proper tea house, I'm not entirely sure why coz I don't actually like the stuff.. Leigh had a bamboo tea while I opted for what I thought would be quite a subtle tea with jasmine in it. Leigh's was not too bad whilst mine tasted like I had been sick in my mouth :( and as u do we decided to have our ears cleaned in the park whilst Leigh drank his tea.... I know very strange but it seemed to be ...
... minutes the mother walked away from the pup and the park staff rushed into the cage and removed the pup in order to care for it. The pups are given human milk formula and looked after in a nursery and spend a few hours a day with their mums. The Chinese non-queueing system took effect when viewing the baby pandas, but that didn't take the shine off a decent morning!! A conversation with a nice Chinese lady taught us a bit about the language aswell. Kids are first ...
... been very useful. I am definitely going to buy this game and bring it back to America with me. I know my Aunts and Uncles on my Mom's side will love to play this Chinese game.
After reading Cial's blog, I was worried about going to a Chinese movie theater. This is what he had to say about Chinese cinemas: "If anyone is ever contemplating on going to the cinema in China, don't bother, although it is a funny experience. The only film in English ...
... our bellies with spicy pancake and bao zi (steamed bun) for about $1 for both of us was worth the walk in the rain.
Since its raining we cannot do much, so we're doing a sichuan cooking course and seeing the sichuan opera today.
Til next time,
Lots of Love,
Anne and Michael
(Michael requests i say "written by Anne, as no self respecting man would write "lots of love")