Zhuogengyuan Hotel Luoyang
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... Me: "OK, so we could go to "old town", eat at home, or just go out near your house, what do you think?"
Jessica: "We can watch TV"
Me: "So do you want to eat at home?"
Jessica: "I don't know."
Me: "OK, that does not help."
Whatever... Some foreigners came in and I asked them what was going on tonight. Unfortunately, they were having a work dinner, so that was a no go also.
When we left the Starbucks, she got really frustrated that ...
... no English. I was braced for anything that could be thrown at me, or so I thought.
To begin with, due to a miscommunication and a refusal on Chris's part to rectify it because he didn't want to appear like he hadn't understood what was said, we weren't sure if we were supposed to be at their house at six or seven o'clock. Deciding to air on the safe side, we guessed it was six, and so, at five thirty, we headed out to get a taxi. It was ...
... down today and slashing his tyres.
Jenny made me some coleslaw before she left as we found a really good looking cabbage at the supermarket. The girls at work are always shocked that I eat raw vegetables for lunch as they only eat cooked food. Tiffany was watching me eat so I offered her the tiniest bit of coleslaw. She nearly choked on it. She said it was terrible. I just laughed and said I think the cold noodles that they eat sometimes ...
... relatives. I still can't cope with the shoppers going through the sultanas and picking out the good ones one by one. I will only buy them in packets as at least I think only one person has handled them.
I feel that my lucky run will continue as I have decorated my apartment according to Chinese tradition.
Morgan and myself went to the "Little Things Market" around the corner form our apartments. Under her guidance I came home with something to go on ...
... their message was, did I need a translator. But I think it should have been that the museum was just opened and wasn't worth the 40 yuan they were charging for entry. The funny thing was, a man came bounding down the stairs and said "Hello Kathryn, do you remember me?" No I didn't but it was John, who I met in the first week I was here and he showed me around Longmen Grottoes. He has a new job as marketing manager and foreign ...