Wan Yuan International Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... even encouraged in China. #winning.
After lunch Jon and I got a "tour" of the surrounding area by the grandfather. He spoke no English, so we basically just walked around and he followed us. The villagers stared at us the entire time like we were aliens. Very few westerners come to this part of China apparently and a blonde girl and a 6' 5" dude are pretty weird looking to most Chinese ...
... also going to load some pictures of people sleeping. One thing I've always admired in Asia is how quickly and easily locals can fall asleep. Here in China, it's not so much the ability to fall asleep on trains, planes and the like as simply the fact that they sleep anywhere and everywhere. Thus, in wandering around Tunxi in particular, I snapped off a few shots of people sleeping in unusual places which I thought were interesting.
... to get down ON the 4th, so we felt very fortunate.
We were able to eat at our favourite restaurants before we headed on out. We also got to meet up with Kensie and Scott for a little while. Both certainly made it worthwhile and we did get to say goodbye to the down we had called home for a ...
... king. The king became very influenced by many other corrupt advisors and adventually Qu Yuan was banished. Later he commited suicide as a protest against the corruption of the government. Upon realizing this many people around the area where he jumped threw zong zi (rice wrapped in silk at the time, but now wrapped in bamboo leaves) ...
On a Saturday, the first beautiful Saturday we have had in ages, we decided to go for a walk around the local park. We know one the things we have mentioned before are Michelin Babies, but we have never been able to send a good picture of one until now. This was a beautiful day and Steve and I weren't wearing coats for a good portion of it. One of the traditional things that are done for children is the wearing of massive clothing in ...