Hua Chen Business Hotel
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... takes advantage of a week long holiday. It was very busy with China flags painted across faces, waving in the square and a huge ugly but impressive flower display. In and amongst the chaos a sweet child grabbed our guidebook to see the English letters inside the book, the parent trying to apologise but again no English was spoken here. We were close to being ripped off again in the square as a polite and well dressed Chinese girl asked us to go for coffee with her after talking to ...
... the chinese tourists were way at the back of the room.
Tea was brought in ornate cups and topped up all the way through the performance. Vaguely sweetened snacks were brought to eat throughout the show including the ever present mooncake.
The acts were a mix of the bizarre, the creaky and the genuinely jawdropping. It was held together by an MC who Richard thought was like a Chinese Frankie Howerd which caused me to titter every time he came on. ...
... Together, we left the international bubble that we live in, in the concrete and tall-building paradise that is our temporary home, to venture off into nature, 2 hours away from the city. We hired a driver to take us to the non-touristy wall. Not a tour bus in sight! No megaphones, tall flags, or herds of tourists to interfere with our experience at the Wall.
We arrived at the small village of Goubeikou, from where we would set off on our 4 ...
... around it, vertical tight ropers flipped to the other side, a juggler juggled so many balls I couldn't count (I think 9), and the most amazing of all - 9 girls rode around on one bike. I had to count them too. I felt like I was one of the few attendees ooh-ing and aww-ing and clapping. These acrobats/artists were putting their heart into it and had probably practiced for years to do some of the stunts, but the locals didn't seem that impressed. At the end before the acrobats had ...
... and narrow streets. Now most are being torn down because they aren't great uses of space so highrises and highways are being put up instead
6) Everyone rides a bike, scooter or electric bike. Most have trailers for groceries.
Our hotel isn't exactly a hotel. More like a hostel; we have three single beds. When we arrived it was around 8 am but we slept till 2 so we wouldn't pass out from exhaustion. Then we went out for lunch at a noodle place and learned ...