Yingcheng Xindi Hotel
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... with that. Melissa whose wedding seems to have been going on for ages had a box of lollies for me from her wedding reception. She showed me her wedding photos with the big white dress and she looked beautiful. The photographer did a really good job with lots of outdoor shots.She said her husband was a little bit fat but he looked quite handsome to me.
It was sad to leave Taryn in bed this morning at 5.30. Actually she did walk me to the lift. I am a bit worried as I have left ...
... T-shirts, uniforms, souvenirs. The ticket for the entrance was even more expensive than the entire trip.
In the city of DengfengI managed to buy a new, proper and beautiful sword for practice, plus some clothing. Satisfied by the shopping and sightseeing we went back to the train-station to take another 6 hour ride back to Xinyi.
It was pretty exhausting.
But it was worth the trip! :)
... 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
... this place called Zhengzhou. Ever heard of it? Neither had I. It must be where all those Australian resources end up.
I found something to eat in cheap street and went to wait for the train. It departed exactly on time which is usual here and travelled for about an hour and a half before the first stop.
I could have caught the train at 10pm instead of the bus at 3pm but I wouldn't have missed that trip for tyhe world.
... excitedly surveying the river and enjoying the entertainment on offer. This includes speed boat rides on the Yellow river, horse rides and various amusement park games including air rifle shooting into an embankment on top of which people are actually walking and could easily be shot (!) as well as the larger 88mm canon that is fired at a target along the bank still within close proximity of the milling crowds!! I don't think the increasing Australian culture ...