Super 8 (Lanzhou Walking Street)
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... We were off by 1400, some 3H or so to go, all depending on Lanzhou traffic.
Lou came by to collect the advanced monies re the yurt family and the guide [42Y]. With the 30Y already noted yesteday re the former, I netted out 78Y from a refund re the terra cotta warriors [-150Y].
Phil did not hear the instruction Lou would pay the family the tip. He gave one directly of 25Y and wanted credit for it. She was not happy. Dave was a ...
... up. We also headed to a place called ComeBy for bubble tea. My Aunt and Uncle said that bubble tea has lost its flare in HK and is harder to find these shops. Linda had a tapioca and noodle milk tea and I had a mango grapefruit juice with jelly and real grapefruit pieces. So good.
We then went to a bulk food store to buy some gifts. Right on schedule, the optometrist called and we headed over to the shop. There was a different guy working today that ...
For my first three-day weekend in China my host student Katniss and I went to her hometown ( Ankang). We took a train which was a four hour ride, but coming back we took a car which is only a three hour ride back to Xian. Ankang is a city but it's not as big as Xian is.It is such a beautiful place with a river that I could see from the Hotel we stayed at . Going into Ankang there were a lot of mountains. It ...
... Lanzhou noodles, lily root (for good luck and harmony), frozen salmon sashimi and sushi, sheep and noodle stew that you scoop out onto the rice, salad, pizza, carrot fried dumpling, fried bread with honey, a sweet yogurt drink, a bowl of fruit (honeydew, cantaloupe, watermelon, oranges, grapes, tomatoes), papaya with a white sweet (lychee?) mash in the middle with a glaze, veggies and more veggies, braised lamb on a bone with BBQ rub, ...
... Along the way we saw the farming and fishing scenes of the locals as well as
water buffalo, ducks in large groups, goats and
many other small and larger tourist boats.
We arrived at Yangshou which was a very busy place with lots
of very in the face sellers of postcards and souvenirs. We walked through the
markets and stalls to our hotel, and then the 6 of us met in the lobby to
venture back into ...