Zhongzhou Inn Luoyang Jinguyuan
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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After the peonies, I met Courtney and her boyfriend Chris in the old part of town for some street food and chicken wings. Nom nom nom. I had some REALLY spicy wings that made me cry, lots of beer and paid for the whole thing because I felt so bad about the morning's drama. We went back to their place, Courtney gave me a homemade brownie (!!!) I didn't know when I would get another one, so I ate that thing nice and slowlyyyyyyyyyy.
... turned away to go and sit back down with the other Chinese travellers. Eventually though another one arrived and I was allowed on. First time I've seen any bit of transport in China not run on time!
The train was really canny, not good for getting much sleep as your squeezed in 3 people high on bunks in an open carriage but the locals were friendly enough and we tried to have a craic on the best we could.
Next stop Zhangjiajie.
... shop on the weekends. The Foreign teachers coughed in, and made a few things to add to the smorgasboard that was there. Mia was able to con some people into cooking for us. We felt very special as we sat back and gorged ourselves on food. Alex had prepared a lot of marinated meat and some special sausages. The sausages were a hit and people raced for them as soon as they were cooked. Alex manned the BBQ but was soon pushed aside by the tattooed cook from ...
... or so. For choc chips, I will just buy some the cheap chocolate here and cut it up. I will let you all know how they turn out. I think it will be a painful process cooking them though, as I will only be able to do 6 at a time.
I am all ready for whatever weather comes my way now. Morgan, my trusty Chinese friend, took me to the markets around the corner from where we live. I wanted to buy some "ugg"like boots. They are very popular here and you can even wear them to work. ...
... up at the food stall getting some breakfast. Apparently, I was the only one who had got up early enough to make my breakfast. I must admit I was tempted when I was lying in bed but thought really hard and decided that porridge is much better for me than a fried oily pancake filled with stuff that is unidentifiable.
The course was actually good and was given in English so we could understand all that was happening. The presenter was animated with very good English. ...