Daocheng Zhongzhou International Hotel
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I got lost for 3 hours in the streets of zhengzhou. Ended up back at my hotel at 2am. I asked 4 different cab drivers (some of the cab drivers while I was on the street of the hotel) where to go, none of them knew what I was saying. Good exercise I guess?
Here are some pictures I took on this journey..I should of taken more but wanted to reserve battery on my phone if i happened to find some wireless somewhere.
It's popular in China to get elaborate photo shoots done before your wedding. There was 5 different settings with different outfits for each setting. It took 10.5 hours for the whole thing to be completed. Basically, hell on earth!
Haha, still glad we did it though!
I hope you all haven't given up on this blog yet! Lin's family keeps us so busy eating we haven't had time to post anything..
Ill try to get the whole week up here tonight (your tonight) for all of you to see.
... that it just isn't very healthy. They cook with so much grease, oil, msg and salts that it really isn't great for you to eat as a main diet. It can be hard at times, because everything is so accessible. On Sunday evening, the school had a meet and greet for all the teachers in our program. Finally after a month everyone is finally here and teaching. Looks like I wasn't the only one having trouble getting here! We all met at ZAX's which is a local restaurant/bar near by that ...
... a lot cheaper. $70 for multi focal sunglasses hope they will be ok. Made over night so will see. Quite a traditional dinner at a local restaurant which was yummy and easy to get a taxi ride home driving past Tianemen Square and the Forbidden City at night which was great to see lit up. It's illegal for anyone to walk through Tianemen Square at night and it looked enormous when empty . I feel very safe in China compared to other Asian ...