Shichahai Sandalwood Boutique Hotel
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... shop at Yashow. Natasha was looking for a USB. The first seller wanted a ridiculous price. Then we went to other sellers and they wanted a high price too. They would go off saying, "This is original," "Good price," or "Not all the same quality."
I screamed at the sellers, "We aren't stupid, lady." Natasha scolded me for my behavior. I had no shame because the sellers were trying to screw us over.
Finall, we found one. Natasha used ...
... over their heads without even flinching. It was crazy and very beautiful to watch. Second best part of the kungfu show: I made my first bargain! In Chinese! The woman offered me 100 kuai for a laser pointer, and I bargained her down to 30 kuai, which is 5USD. I know I probably overpaid, but I was proud of myself for getting her down that much my very first time and to a price I didn't mind paying. Plus, now I have a dance party in my pocket.
Last night I ...
... to hop on the
Number 1 bus, which cost us a mere 1 RMB each (roughly 10p or 16cents). We were packed in like sardines, Matt literally
sitting on the front windowsill, with myself unable to move even when the bus
jolted thanks to the weight of the other people around us. Unfortunately all
directions and stops were written in mandarin. We had no idea how or when to
get off and randomly selected a stop hoping for the best! We were nowhere near
where we ...
... was 3 hours, and we were going pretty hard the whole time. Some parts of the wall were a smooth walkway, but for the most part going up and down to each of the towers required steep climbs over crumbled rocks. It definitely requires you to be in pretty good shape. Before heading down, we decided to head as far west as possible to the last tower called Xilwuyanlou which stood for West tower with five windows. From the guide I read online this tower provided the ...
... contents of their stomach and having to continue chewing three of them for the next ten minutes. Carly tried one but refused to eat the tail. You could also try one large scorpion, spiders, bugs and some black stuff that made me reach each and every time I smelt it! Yuck!
One night I also tried some Tibet food. I last tried some in Copenhagen with my friend Line, around 10 years ago. I ordered ...