Aile Holiday Hotel
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I'm sitting here tucked in the corner of a coffeehouse drinking the most delicious mango smoothie this world has to offer, surrounded by the chatter of new but amazing friends. With some Noah Gunderson accompanying a fantastic evening, I sit here and look around at the characters scribbled on the wall bathed in warm light, the menus, and the signs that a month ago would have signaled a foreign world to me, and are slowly and steadily becoming signs ...
... 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 ...
... shopping experience. Wanda Plazas can be found in most of the major cities in China and the Wanda family is quite rich. The Wanda Hotel is where we went with our fellow ex-patriots for Thanksgiving dinner. The hotel’s internal restaurant is a massive buffet with hot-action stations where the chefs will cook any thing you can create with the ingredients they have laid out as well as major buffet stations of various types. We went there because most of the 5 star hotels in ...
... being a full 2 hours because the airline didn’t have a hangar, or a tire of their own at the airport and had to borrow one from another airline. We ate in flight meals while waiting at the gate and finally loaded onto our plane. A quick flight back to Xiamen and about an hour drive from Xiamen to Quanzhou. We arrived home around 11pm and went to bed quickly because both Jenn and I had 8am classes the next ...