Boao Yudaiwan Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... spicy, however the duck was mostly bones, Angela says that it how they do it here. There was also some kind of mystery meat slices…Spam!! Nope, unless I am starving then no spam for me. They seem to like Spam here as I have seen it in a few dishes since. The rest was great.
Now to kill 4 hours… Bill went back to the hotel because he didn’t have to wait for the MRI, and Giovanni wanted to meet with him. Angela sends me somewhere that I can do some shopping. ...
... 200 RMB.
You will have to take a bus for 5 min from the ticket shop to the ferry departure gate so be an hour early at least. Once there, they make sure you get on the right boat.
Don't expect anything close to what you might know from Europe or western countries, for example the difference between 1st and 2nd class is a window. The ships are some old hookers and the beds tiny. ...
... up there you can see that someone clearly didnt like the way nature build it in the first place and had a very different opinion on how its supposed to look like. You 'll find the artifical lake, shops, restaurants etc. the usual hussle & bussle underlayed with chinese music in the background. The view down to Yalong Hai is really nice and pays off the annoying cacophony around.
On the way downhill there are ...
... bill would have been at least $280.
We quizzed Yuan about prisons in China. In the U.S. our
recidivism is well over 50%. Yuan laughed and said very few come back. He said
many of the crimes involved violence and the prisoners don’t want to come back
so the number is very low. He said at his prison the emphasis is on training
them in some kind of a trade. They work in factories, while in prison.
When we got back from lunch we headed ...
... for tea. Her name is Jane and she was a college roommate of Belinda's. They hadn't seen each other for five years. Jane brought us a specialty dish of the area made with coconut milk and we drank Kung Fu tea, which is named for the tea service set you drink out of. The tea was Guan Yin tea, which is the name of the Buddha Goddess we visited yesterday. Next destination, LiuGao High School, Liuzhou. We made it. Gene and I are in our apartment. I need a nap and will write again ...