Jinshi International Hotel
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... streets, but there are as many 2&3 wheeled vehicles as 4. Since the pavement is rather taken up by cooking, eating, parking, selling, etc, as well as mature trees which keep it nicely shady, we end up walking in the road quite a lot. We deliberately aimed for a street known for Chinese Muslim streetfood. I didn't have high hopes of this, as my experience is that Muslims eat a lot of meat, however what I hadn't thought about is that they ...
... to email me a picture of the recipe we always use for macaroni and cheese. (The mac and cheese we cook is more of a casserole, not your typical instant box mac and cheese.) However, there were a few pitfalls. When we went shopping in the morning for ingredients, we could find neither mustard powder nor sour cream. In addition, I discovered that my host family didn't have any sort of casserole dish to put the food in! We had to use steel bowls to make do. And finally, after ...
... built around 600 AD to 60 metres in height. I expect this would have been the tallest building in the world at the time. Received my first and only surprise Buddhist kidney punch from a short, but vigorous, monk when I mistakenly took a photograph where I shouldn't (I was confused by the 10 or so Chinese people taking photos with their smartphones!). We made up afterwards. See the pics! Walked a little towards home, and then took a long rickshaw ride all the way home ...
... planned. Good thing I had tanked up on mutton soup for lunch because there was no time for dinner. Principal Zhou wanted to take me to the Shanxii Opera. I was skeptical based upon a rather unpleasant viewing of the Beijing Opera nine years earlier. That show resulted in 30 Americans crashing out after about 30 minutes. Hungry and tired, but determined not to be an international embarrassment, I headed into the show, Principal Zhou on my right and Shirley, the English teacher, on ...
... All were built to protect the cities and contain watch towers, and arrow slots and parapets. Maybe, the Europeans learned from the Romans, but the Chinese had the same defensive ideas. We also visited the Xi'an Museum which had an excellent exhibit of Chinese civilizations from the stone age to the Ching dynasty. When we visited the Jade Factory we learned about ...