Starway Hotel Jing Shui Hotel
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... and cutesy lamps and old phones randomly on some tables. They give you teddy bears instead of numbers so that the waiters know where to give you your food, which just adds to the general cuteness in the place.
We went to the post office to send some things to Ian and Emily in Qingdao, but the post office was closed so we went back to the hotel to drop it back off.
From there, we walked to ...
... home a fan so they could cool off in the summer! All the neighbors came over to see what it was like to be cooled off with this electric fan! :-). At one point, by lottery, his family was allowed to move into a new home - an apartment with two rooms. Arnold recalls being so excited that he just ran back and forth from one room to another . . Now there were two rooms (although still only one bed).
Arnold now makes his living in ...
... to open a week early just for us, despite being tired it was a fun night. After a late start we went to the fake goods market where everybody spent money they didn't really have on factory rejects and knock offs of designer clothes, bags and shoes. I did better than some - one guy bought 5 pairs of trainers! I guess the only thing stopping me to be fair was that, once again, I couldn't find shoes that fit me. Damn China with their stupidly small feet :P
That night we ...
... I have ever done in my life! The toboggan was not at all what I thought it would be like...you picture a wooden sled going down snow right?! Nope! Just a HUGE steel slide which went SO fast! Once we got to the bottom, me and Emily purchased matching "I climbed the Great Wall T-shirts" classic, and we headed to dinner. Pecking Duck, which was so delicious! You put in in these little tortilla things with cucumbers and yuummm!
The most unreal day of my life.
... directing us to all the things that we needed to do this thing right. Further complicating things was the fact that the pictures in the menu did not really help us identify anything about what food was being offered. Mostly they showed outlays of raw meat and unknown vegetables. Feeling overwhelmed we ended up going with the "flower beef fertilizer", some type of greens and what we thought would probably be a salad of some sort.
When everything ...