Yong An Hotel
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Well today was a bit of a right-off. We only managed to get out at 12:30. We went straight to Wumart to get some water and bits and pieces for the day. Jumped on the tube and got off the tube where the book told us to get off for summer palace. That book is from 2007 and a lot of the tube has changed since then. We asked a couple of Chinese people for directions and they seemed pretty ...
... testicles being but a sample. The most perturbing offer, to my eyes, was some unfortunate scorpions impaled alive upon a skewer, their legs rotating in perpetual and pitiful escape attempts, not comprehending the magnitude of their predicament.
The whole rigmarole stank of gimmick- I remain to be convinced that people eat these items in anything but novelty- the same insects sit up there for months and years. Still, when in the other Rome...After a stick ...
... was wise to try to sleep the first half of the 14-hour flight to adjust to the 12-hour time change. I slept 6:41, a little shorter than I had hoped but I felt pretty refreshed.
I had missed the main lunch service since I went to sleep early during the flight, so I asked the flight attendant at the BusinessFirst galley for my meal now. She brought out the chilled appetizer and salad on a tray with some rolls. The appetizer was black halibut with salmon and sesame-coated ...
... hear the sounds of banging as new buildings are rapidly erected across the city.
Our first real highlight of the city has to be its hutongs - a warren of narrow streets with rusty bikes leaning outside, washing hanging out to dry and a complete maze for unknowing tourists to get lost! You get the feeling that life happens outside on the streets and not locked up in houses like in the UK. The second highlight is its smells - you can ...
... I got off at the right stop, but had a wee bit of trouble finding the hostel. The street signage here isn't very clear for pedestrians, but at least they have English characters on them! In the hostel I met the 3 other girls in my room - Steph and Nicki, sisters from Scotland and Mira from Holland. We soon headed out to find the night market for something to eat. It gets dark pretty early, around 7pm, so we saw a nice orange sunset through the hazy cloud hanging ...