Kaifeng Zhongzhou International Hotel
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... Meat on sticks is apparently a Chinese favourite but not one of mine. Beggars can't be choosers right?
"He came to stay at my hostel, just like you."
"He liked it so much, he stayed for five months." Five months in Luoyang sounded excessive. (See last entry)
"He fell in love with my manager. She's from Kaifeng."
"She's not your manager anymore?" I supposed.
"No." He didn't seem too bothered about losing his employee.
"Is she ...
... turned very windy and dusty. It was even worse by 6pm when we'd arranged to visit the night markets with Carlos. Undeterred we set out, only to find, not unexpectedly, that the weather had kept stall holders and buyers indoors, so we headed for dinner at a popular local restaurant where we were a bit of a curiosity, then back to the hotel for a good night's rest in our lovely comfy bed, after a day of much ...
... and huge temple which is probably the biggest temple i had been to amongst my travels. The temple attracts many vistors across China and is very beautiful once you get inside. We must had spent about a hour and a half to do a circle but even that wasn't enough.
Afterwards we went to the city centre of Kaifeng which was only 5 mins away from the temple. Elaine and Momo checked some shops and then afterwards we got some snacks ...
... Feih. He was so famous because of he had fought away the invasions and protect China. But the structure of the temple is the same as what we had seen, also for the next spot, the mosque in Chinese style. But the most interesting place we had got today was the shop engraving for printing. It was so famous that the UN had chosen it to protect. There I got a chance to have my own products as only one dollar each sheet for me ...
... I was here there was a clothing store where I sit now. There were no Mc Donald's in Kaifeng city. No there are two of the buggers. Four western Backpackers just walked past. Happily when they looked up and spotted me they actually waved instead of diverting their eyes and pretending they didn't see me. Sadly today the 'Beers, Noodles N Amigo' Summer Adventure ended. Yesterday was a huge day. We both had ...