Aile Holiday Hotel
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Our group took a day trip a little up the coast to Quanzhou on Wednesday, and the sights took my breath away. Some for the scope of their exquisite and intricate massiveness, and some for the details of devotion on a 2000 year old rock. The day was full of wonder, yet again. The town is often thought to be the end/beginning of the Silk Road, and was thus diversely populated for thousands of years. The religious diversity evident in ...
... and multiple gods. Regardless of the religion, dragons on the rooftop are mandatory. Like church steeples in the US. There are elaborate outdoor ovens that are used exclusively for ceremonies where paper (fake) money is burned for one's ...
... built by pouring 40 story concrete buildings and painting the walls. There isn't a good timber industry here and anything made out of wood that isn't bamboo is beyond expensive. So of course, having wooden furniture is a status symbol and everyone has to have a wooden couch that is basically a really wide deck chair.
We've gotten creative at making things comfortable here. Buying cushions for the couch from a store ...
... my hand and they brought me and a Chinese woman up to the front where the owner of the perfume company asked a little about both of us and then set to work writing a short poem for each of us. Meanwhile their perfume designer had us both smell a base scent and then set about creating an individually designed scent for each of us. I’m not over fond of perfumes but they seemed to be making one that wouldn’t give me a headache instantly. While I waited on the custom perfume ...
... in front of it. The tour guides were quick to tell us that Mao had visited the place once but without any real enthusiasm. There were a number of classrooms which are distinguished only by a small platform at the front where the teacher would sit in front of their students. Built right next door was a Confucius school of learning and we got lucky enough to see a group of primary school children reciting poetry on ...