Chenmao Sunshine Hotel
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... still in Hubei province. We finish the tour at 6 pm and after refueling we continue to Ruichang at Jiang Xi province that is about 150 km away. We have a dinner before checking in a very nice hotel called Lisan Garden Hotel. It has been a very long day.
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the top, just because.and it was darn good in the middle of China. Adaption is
the key to survival here and it is the key to a happier life everywhere else. I packed me a change of clothes and a couple of Nescafe:) I should have taken my pillow and egg crate...ROCK SOLID! This makes me rethink taking the whole shebang to TOW! I will probably be literally SLEEPING on a rock:)
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... American type of well cooked seafood. Here every sea creature imaginable is eaten and most of them are regarded as delicacies. For example, sea cucumbers and eels make a daily appearance. My cousins even scarf down bloody clams--they're cooked yet still bloody, not sure how that works--but those were something that I couldn't even pinch down.
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