Tang Hu Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... form of line dancing, even a live band. Whatever it is, you can be sure it will be unnecessarily amplified.
This is another key feature of life here- volume. Walk along the streets of most towns and cities, and one is assailed by a barrage of speakers outside competing retail units. These range from the smallest, shrillest megaphones (most commonly seen on mobile food stalls), to a full PA booming out loud enough to drown conversation. Often these do ...
... of spicy house noodles. Dan was getting a bit restless with all of this, saying that it was a “bit out of my comfort zone”, I placated him by ordering two beers and we took in our surroundings.
The restaurant was amazing, on the fourth floor of a department store, our table was in the window so we looked out over the street as it got dark and the neon sprang into life. The waiter was back, this time he lead us to a circular table ...
... to the TV tower, so if I get super lost or get off at the wrong stop, I can simply head towards the TV tower and eventually find my way.
My teaching is not getting any better. Today I tried playing Simon Says with my 15 year olds--the easiest game in the world, but they have no clue. I really don't think they know a word of English. They all just kept talking when I was trying to explain the rules of the game. I then said, "Does anybody know ...
... where invited in to one for yak meat and yak butter tea. The whole family came to stare at us and us at them. The way we were invited in made us think this was just a kindly gesture of hosts but we are still not sure if they expected to be paid. A few almost awkward silences later and we decided it was time to smile and move on...
Not much else seemed to be happening and we thought that was it. We'd asked in town if there was an actual horse festival ...
... probably could not read English): they had no idea how to register me as a hotel guest. I ended up checking into the same hotel as Gareth and Charles (USA) and was happy to find a toothbrush, soap and shampoo in the room. It was actually one of the nicest rooms I'd had so far.
We ended up having a really nice evening walking around town and eating Hotpot (the province Sichuan is known for its Sichuan peppers and spicy food) which was an ...