Ji An Li Inn Diecui Road
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... while the sun was setting. It had been a rainy, cloudy day all day until the fishermen came and then the clouds departed and we had the most spectacular sunset!
Today was a more relaxing day, we didn't do as much. But it was nice to take it down a notch and enjoy the views around our hotel and not rushing off to the next activity.
(7,516 steps (3.58 miles) walked today)
... were all SO lovely and their English was actually very good, just some work on pronunciation of words would have been needed to help them speak more clearly but their knowledge was brilliant. Felix and David were the most talkative in the group , they we were telling us all about places they have studied, where they would like to travel to and when I asked Felix about Chinese holidays he went into detail about all of the festivals that are celebrated here and ...
... store and laundromat, I decided to go back to bed for another hour or two. I finally woke up again at 9:30, and in the relaxed pace made for those Sundays back home where the rain never ceases, I got dressed and ventured out. It must have been about 10 or 10:30 and only a select few restaurants and stores were already open, most of them were just getting set up for the day. I found one that offered coffee (coffee is expensive and is a searchable ...
... battle both the traffic and the rain on a bike so we took a quasi golf cart as our means of transport. Along the way we stopped by the JiuXian Ancient Village which is some 300 years old. We dropped in to see an 89 year old great grand mother in her dark and damp stone house. Talk about living in primitive conditions by ...
... leaving. The gentleman from South Korea and I just sat there with our mouths hanging open, completely shocked at what was going on. After the show, we both agreed that, back home, such behavior would be considered completely unacceptable at a performance like this. We also agreed that, while the show was amazing, the audience was incredibly rude to the performers and really detracted from the overall experience of the show. This is why I am ready to leave China. The culture is ...