Xinghaiqi Holiday Hotel
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... Our tour guide informed us that no one in these types of Chinese Restaurants spoke any English so she offered to order our meals for us, an offer we were quick to accept. The food came out and just didn't stop. Every type of meat possible, Beef, Chicken, Pork, and then Rice, Vegetables, just so much food! It was an incredible selection and on hindsight myself and Dan both agree this was one of the best meals on the tour. We were fed until we were all full and set ...
... by crossing a six lane dual carriageway that runs for 50km from east to west of the city. A subway was at hand. I didn't fancy shepherding our brood over 12 lanes of cars, buses, bikes, trikes, scooters, pedestrians and overloaded vehicles - see pic! This city truly is gigantic. 25m people reside here and remarkably it is China's 3rd largest city after chongduan, 30m and shanghai, 27m. The Forbidden City was an experience all on its ...
... I didn't believe at first that I would get reverse culture-shocked when I came home after just two months, but now I understand. I've already gotten accustomed to shoving my way onto the subway and having to guard my place in line, not to mention sleeping on a rock-bed and drinking boiled water (I actually can't imagine drinking tap water; the idea of it here is so repulsive that it's going to take some getting used to when I ...
... unusual animal parts. I thought about it and decided I could manage snake -at a push- but Trevor was very self assured on this point. "That's lame" he said, "I'm going to try scorpion or millipede". However, when faced with the grissly gourmet, and when it came to the crunch (1000 legs), he wimped out and shared my snake. The snake tasted like a handbag with some overfried chicken in it. Not something I'd seek out in Tescos.
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... We quickly filed into the school and awaited meeting our host families. One by one our names would be called and we would see the excitement in our host families eyes. We would meet them with a hug and then be off to our homes. I met with my host family and immediately realized just how little Chinese I knew. I felt like all the Chinese I had learned had washed right down the drain. Although, it was very interesting to see that even though we knew such ...
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