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Travel Blogs from Xiamen
... in Hong Kong. They've been looking for something in China with no luck so have got a teddy from the ship. I spent the short time in the Crows Nest reading, Hong Kong tomorrow, looking forward to that port :-) Cafe Bordeaux lunch then another wildlife talk at 2pm about Filming in Extreme Environments which was very interesting, I could listen to this kind of talk everyday, it ...
Oh my word what a day. Jammed packed, tiring but wonderful!!!! Xiamen is as different to Shanghai as London would be to Haverhill. Shanghai has a population of 24 million, Xiamen (pronounced Sha men) has just over 4 million. There are open spaces here, lots of park areas as well as formal gardens. We didn't see anything like that in Shanghai. It's very pretty. I went off on a tour, Paul didn't want to do a tour today. First stop was a Palace dedicated ...
Early alarm at 7 and breakfast in the restaurant. Our tour leaves at 8:45 Off and on our way to Ciji Palace which was around 25 mins or so away it was ok but a big part of it was under renovation and closed, plus our tour guide, a young and friendly Chinese girl was absolutely useless as a tour guide, her first time :-(. it didn't help that all the exhibits only had information in Chinese which wasn't much help as she didn't know much as well. Still there ...
Today is cccccold and wwwwindy!!! Sea is quite calm. There is a lot of sea fog around, so not a very nice day. It's amazing who you meet when you are so far from home. We had breakfast with 3 other couples and would you believe it, one of the couples Tony & Jo live in Stanstead Mount Fitchet and their daughter and son in law have just moved to Sturmer. It gets better when we discover that they have connections ...
... and the lanterns were some of the most beautiful things I have ever seen! Now, I know that those of you who have seen the movie Tangled are probably picturing floating lanterns being released into the sky, but that's not what this festival was like.
The traditional red Chinese hanging lanterns were strung up in trees all through the park and they were lovely, but they weren't what everyone came to see. The ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet