Ruida Business Hotel Lanzhou Yinbin
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... in all morning, school in the afternoon, and then evening classes. Packed for my trip to DC.
18th September (general)
I took the train to DC immediately after school and I am relieved to be here. I got hot chocolate and my xxxx needs can be taken care of.
School was too hot to function this morning. My shirt turned see-through with sweat. It was horrible, but as I was in a good mood the kids loved class.
I can’t tell you much ...
... willing to
believe the higher ones of around 8 million after this visit.
Guidebooks describe Lanzhou in a negative way because of its
pollution and lack of significant sights to keep the tourist around, but I
quite enjoyed it on my second visit as well as my first, not least because of
the variety of the food. Chinese food really is incredible and that available
in Chinese restaurants in the U.S. is only a small part of the total world ...
... attractions - the Terracotta Warrior Museum and hiking Mount Hua Shan (not to be confused with Huangshan mentioned above). The hike was about 5 hours to reach the peak where myself and Carlos (a Hongkonger I met in the hostel who I hiked with) stayed in a hostel on the peak to watch the sunrise the next morning. The Terracotta Warrior Museum was fantastic; real-life Indiana Jones stuff going on (the emperor's tomb is still ...
... China). Its the main city in these parts and has a population of around 9 million (I think). But by this time, I was pretty much "citied" out, so next time perhaps :) The Beast was all present and accounted for and dinner was had at a local restaurant near the railway station. This was our last meal in mainland China, and offered an excellent array of local specialties. All recommended by Dragon, our trusty guide. Another 14 hours or so in the last overight train, and Hong Kong here I come!
... been banned since 2009 when their were demonstrations in Xiang. You can pay to go through a proxy service like I did but it suxs. They also have restrictions on U-tube, twitter and any others social media. being out of China I have really seen how they are very self centric and truly believe China is the centre of the world. They even stare at Westerns in Beijing, although not so much, but that gives u an idea of how they really aren't exposed to much else other than ...