Rongshuxia Coffee House
Travel Blogs from Xiamen
... that needs ticket in the island. The museum is quaint and classic and courtyard is quiet and delightful. Shade sprinkle on the ground. The museum is unlike the piano Museum which has many restrictions. Pipe organ music echoes in the hall.
Huandao Road, treasures of Xiamen
Facing the sea, the color of seawater and the texture of sand are not good enough in Xiamen. Several kilometers of coast in the southeast of ...
Well, my time here in Xiamen is almost up. I have three more days left and they will go by fast. So I'll bundle up and try to stay warm through them all. The temperature isn't that cold but when it is the same temperature inside as outside, you begin to feel it.
Here are some pictures of different places around Xiamen. Click on the pictures for more ...
... dish, bok choy was blanched for a few seconds. Yili didn’t have oyster sauces so she taught us how to make it. She sautéed garlic and added sugar, salt, soy sauce, and sesame oil. That sauce was pored over the bok choy. It was delicious! My brothers might even like it! Tomato Soup was just a bunch of tomatoes chopped up and left to simmer in water. After a few minutes, a few spices were thrown in. Yili added a bunch of ginger ...
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... Gate of Xiamen University. We met up with our tour group, caught our 7:15am bus, and started the 3 hour bus ride. But what tour would be complete without stops at tourist traps? Our first stop was a fruit stand with red bananas. I can say first hand that they are denser and sweeter than regular bananas. We stopped at one more place that was devoted to the products of bamboo. I never realized how many things can be made from it. There were fabrics, foods, and art all made from bamboo.
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed