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... confirmed that things are busy in this area and that the best way to cross the road is by underground tunnel which can prove challenging when trying to find the correct exit. We were granted a little free time before sightseeing on our last day in Changsha so we walked around some shops before our tasty dumpling lunch. Our sightseeing higlight was Orange Island in the middle of the river. Everyone was on the island because of the holiday ...
... airport arrivals area now has a few nice coffee shops where one can get a sandwich or noodles and a decent beer.
We got a great taxi rider that took us directly to CIYH, in about 30 minutes from airport departure. CIYH wasn’t as bustling as in the past and the English level of staff was noticeably lower. Still, they provided a nice accommodation at a nice price and we enjoyed our 3 nights there. Vennie hooked up with us and so on Saturday Tom ...
... bar and grill type place on the B1 level, and found it again ordering a nice Stella Artois beer and chatted with the delightful medical student summer waiter from Ghana. I had told him I was waiting for someone, but after opening my Amap app, I saw that I was quite a ways north of Wuyi Square and the building Vennie worked in. Prince, my waiter's English name, was kind enough to take me back up and outside and directed me towards where I needed ...
... by mountain') though shan is always translated mountain, it's the same word as hill. I got to the uphill, tree lined area after about 10 minutes, crossed the street and headed back toward Xinmin. Then I saw it, a typical shop in China unlike what one finds in America: basketballs, sporting equipment and electronics. I walked in and saw one large power strip that was perfect, except for the large size and price. But, I realized that back in Lingling I could swap it with ...
... booth, completely enclosed like there was something of value inside. I went over and he just happened to be holding what looked like transportation cards. I pointed at them and maybe said (in my limited Mandarin} "How much?" He replied “Yibei” (eebye) meaning 100, and I whipped out a ¥100 (about $15 dollars) and he seemed to activate a card then said in English “You understand?” as he pointed at a fare map, indicating from what ...