Jingyang Business Hotel
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... of. Her friends help me to buy the ticket and we were on our way. I talked to her and her friends for a bit on our train ride together. She asked me if I was Japanese and I said no I am American. I thought it was funny that people kept asking me on the tour if I was Japanese. She told me the tour guide had told everyone in Chinese that I was Japanese. So funny...I think he just assumed I was since I couldn't speak Chinese and I was some kind of Asian. In any case, this sweet girl ...
... lag was finally catching up with us. After rehearsal, we walked back to the hotel for dinner, before taking the kids to a convenience store for snacks. We came back up and the kids had another hour of rehearsal. Jeremy and I, are laying on the bed, and I don't think we're going to last much longer. Here's hoping for a full night's sleep! As I sign off for the night, I leave you with this: Happy 4th of July!!!
Chris and ...
... on the racks but packaged away in a corner of the room.
Also there are no changing rooms, people just assume they are all the same size, apart from with the shorts and skirts, in those aisles you are likely to see a shop assistant walking round with a tape measure around her neck to measure people's hips and the shorts to determine whether they will fit them or not. I found one dress in a Chinese shop that I thought I would fit, and so I bought ...
... bothered by it, but decided to let it go. The third time, he passed me again, very slowly. This time, I stopped and looked directly at him, giving him my best "beat it or I'll beat you" stare as possible. He finally rode along, most likely aware of how conspicuous and rude he was being.
I got back to the dorm and paid the rest of my "rent," then headed back to my room, deciding that I‘d eat later. I set the alarm on ...
There was a little Tibet town just outside Du Fu's which we wandered around before heading back to our hostel to catch a performance of Sichuanese opera. The two girls from the night before were also going along with several other tourists. The trip to the opera was organized by the hostel, at a discount. The opera singing wasn't as jarring to the ears as Beijing opera, but there weren't the exciting acrobatics ...