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... shop.This may not be a good move as she will not have much room in her bags for all that she wants to buy. I felt I was a restraining influence on her but I gather she will go back to Luohu Commercial Centre by herself and spend in an uncontrolled manner without her mother questioning her every purchase. I really couldn't have spent much more time there shopping as you have people following you around all the time asking, showing, guiding you everywhere. They also seem to know what ...
... we drew, just because of our western looks.
Most Chinese people love foreigners visiting from the west.
And if you even try to speak a little Chinese they adore you like a popstar.
As we moved around we were constantly approached by Chinese people wanting to take a picture with us.
The area was a lot bigger than I expected. There is not just one temple, but several.
Besides that you can go up the ...
... to make some noodles.
Behind that people where smoking cigarettes.
Air-conditioning was poor, and it was extremely warm and humid.
This train ride has certainly been one of the most exhausting I ever had to endure.
We spend the night at a hotel inside Zhengzhou, one of the bigger cities.
Next day we took a bus towards Dengfeng, where the original Shaolin Temple is located
... edible where she got it, I found a fastidious chap making pancakes down an alley. He made a pocket in them, cracked an egg into it and finished it off with bean sprouts and lettuce making a sandwich of sorts. Naturally I've got photos of the process when I get home if anyone's interested. It tasted almost as good as the flat breads with meat I'd located at the market the night before. There are photos of them too.
Kaifeng went right ...
... foods, smells and flies. Absolutely nobody speaks English but they try so hard to please, so even buying some styling mousse requires a series of mimes and gestures until they produce something that hopefully does the trick. Thank goodness we didn't need toilet paper. As the shopping centre is underground she misjudges the distance from the hotel and once back on the street realises she is lost. Luckily she thought to take the hotel's card with her and a ...