Hami (a.m.) / Dunhuang (p.m.), China
Date: Lodging: Distance: Total:
10/04/1999 Grand Sun Hotel 470 KM 16236 KM

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Loving the drive

Camels in Dunhuang love our car too.


 
No, I did not go for a ride.

Jim tries to feed the uninterested camel.


 
Before leaving Hami, we stopped at a roadside kitchen, owned by these people, where we ate fried rice, garlic cucumbers, steamed buns and sipped tea.


 
PAIGE'S FOOD NOTES
 
10 April 1999 - Once we checked into our hotel around 7 p.m., Jim and I headed for the night market and ran into our translator Mr. Yuan and invited him to join us for dinner. We ate noodle soup and steamed rice. The soup was the spiciest we've had to date and I loved the flavor, but the noodles were the first in my life that I didn't like. They tasted like chewy seaweed. I ate a few but ended up dumping the liquid from my soup into the rice. We drank bing pijoo (cold beer), which was superb since it was the first really cold beer we'd had in weeks.

 
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