As Hornio hunts for cabs, Rebecca calls him "honey" again. What is with that all of a sudden? She doesn't even like him. She was meaner to him when she hated him less than she does now. Whatever.
Kris and Jon get a cab, and then Hornio does, too. Hayden and Aaron are the last to get out and on their way. It appears that Hayden and Aaron's cab driver wants $250, which doesn't make any sense, because Jon and Kris's just agreed to $24. Maybe there would be a scam, but by a factor of ten? I don't know. That seemed suspicious. Possibly Still Drunk Or Possibly Just So Tired She Perpetually Seems Drunk Rebecca slobbers in the Hornio cab about how the other teams are all around, but she's not sure where Hayden and Aaron are. She doesn't yell "rock and roll!" and make devil horns the way I kind of expect her to.
Where Hayden and Aaron are, in fact, is back at the airport trying to get their cab on the way to Yu Yuan Garden. Hayden chatters and chatters about how they're being ripped off, until Aaron turns around and says, "Oh, shut up, Hayden." In the cab, she is still on it. "Aaron, we got ripped off. You get ripped off when you give cab drivers money, and I don't want it to happen anymore." She whines that she's the one who has to ask for money when they run out, and he tells her to shut up again. He's starting to sound just like I do. It's like he can hear me through the TV. Man, everything the Farscape people ever said to me was true. She tells him not to tell her to shut up, so he switches over to, "No more. No more. No more." Which is basically the same thing, after all.
Kris and Jon, Freddy and Kendra, and Hornio all wind up at a hotel where they're trying to ask directions to the actual Yu Yuan Garden. They're told that it's close -- something like a two-minute walk.
Hayden and Aaron, on the other hand, are still circling, trying to find where they're going.
At 1:15 AM, Nuance is strolling down a dark street that Kendra is nice enough to call "the ghetto street." Honestly, if she didn't have a history of that stuff, I wouldn't care, because it's the kind of thing that a great many people say to their friends without its having a great deal of meaning, whether they admit it or not. Unfortunately, Kendra's history makes it hard to blow this off as an isolated incident, as, if nothing else, it seems to be yet another example of her being unnecessarily pinchy about being in unpleasant surroundings. Pinchy in a way she probably should have gotten over somewhere around the time she applied to go on the show. They continue wandering.