Fliport Software Park Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Xiamen
... the occasional mansion that seemed to still be a mansion, likely occupied by a very wealthy Chinese businessman. Xiamen was one of the first Special Economic Zones created by Deng Xiaoping, so I imagine there are plenty of extremely wealthy entrepreneurs here. Eventually found my way to the lookout point at the top of the island. The view was nice, but marred by the ever-present air pollution. Sadly, Xiamen is regularly touted as one of the cities with the cleanest air in ...
Took the high speed train to Xiamen today. Pretty scenery along the coast. Pardon the reflected phone in a lot of the pictures. Got lost trying to find my hotel and my data connection is so slow I had to call mom and have her find directions for me on ...
... Sour Pork I've ever tasted (thanks Yili!), I've tutored in conversational English for 10 hours, I've been to class far too many times (Sorry Dr. Jay!), I've taken finals, painted lotuses, diagnosed all my friend's health problems with phrases like "too much fire" and "not enough earth." I've watch a stunning sunset over the Pacific ocean, I've laughed with some new friends, I've danced and belted Pitch Perfect with some old ones. I've tasted and I've seen ...
... not only with gratitude for green tea, cheap rice, and silk robes, but also I am unspeakably grateful for the people and places that loved me and raised me. And although my time has not yet come, I am so grateful that I can go home.
We shall not cease from exploration
And the end of all our exploring
Will be to arrive where we started
And know the place for the first time. T.S. ...
... me in the eye and said "Well that's a man's field, and it's just not proper for a woman to study such a masculine thing. I mean, you wouldn't really want to become the President right?" The other students in the group looked nervous and shifted back and forth, but luckily the international crisis was adverted on this occasion. "Well I mean, I wouldn't really mind" I said with a laugh, as I quickly maneuvered the conversation out of anything threatening to ...