7 Days Inn (Chengdu Yanshikou)
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... know his way around the city. We go to this random restaurant near the hostel and he orders lots of food which is great. The lunch is nice but the guy is a bit weird, he says 'whatever' a lot and I can't really read whether he's bored or something else, maybe I was just tired who knows. We part ways after lunch, he goes for a walk around the shops while I go back to the hostel to plan and crash. A very early night is just what I ...
... We also ventured out to the 7/11 across the street to get some bottled water to keep in the room. It's time to shower and hit the sheets...we have a running date with Ingrid in the morning. I have a feeling I'm going to melt! As I sign off, I hope you are having a pleasant start to you Wednesday! Tomorrow morning I plan to share pictures of the hotel room. Boy were we in for a surprise!
Chris and Jeremy
... the international feel that surrounds CC. People from all over the world dancing to music! Its amazing.
In CC there are several regulars, people who either work there and so have to go every single day, and others who go there every night to party:
There is a French and Spanish DJ who I met on my first night at CC. His name is Charley and as people go he is okay, though not extremely interesting. He has lived in Chengdu for about ...
... floor! I bought a case with a built in boost charge for ma iPhone just in case the battery died - it reminded me of spinal tap and the amps that go up to 11.
Outside was a KFC so I thought 'why not,' the Colonel would be quite impressed, even a girl at the counter told a queue jumper to get to the back, very unChinese.
Advised to catch a taxi to the train station, the driver questioned the ...
So we took a local bus from Luang Prabang to Luang Namtha, where we would be able to take a bus to China.
The busride was about 8 hours long, but we had a Mickey Mouse clock in the bus that made it all worthwhile :D. We shared our bus with about 30 Lao people, 2 French people and an American guy. Lao is absolutely stunning so the scenery on the way was brilliant. Halfway through the day we stopped at a little town where we could buy some bread and La Vache Qui ...