Fuding International Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Fuding
... high speed train.
It really is all that! As we arrived in Fuzhou, I thought to myself, “It will
be good to get home.” Then I caught the thought and realized that how quickly
our nesting instinct kicks in. We search for that which gives us comfort. Me, I
was looking forward to my own little icebox, Nescafe and a run in the morning.
Yup…not to happen. Mr. Lu called as we were in the van on the way back stating
that there was a ...
... Well, I don't know if you can figure the word out, but I got it right away. Andi however DID NOT! Andi likes to UNDERSTAND everything so what followed was a two minute conversation on women's BREASTS!! Now this took so long a whole new group of Chinese tourists took the line, tilted and started screaming 'Two nipples!' In their cute little Chinese accents! I got nothin' else to say:) I am STILL laughing. Only in China! Pics to come when I am back on my ...
For Mid-Autumn Festival, I traveled with Huang Qian and her bargain-savvy friend, Xuxue, to Yandangshan, a mountainous area near Shanghai. This region is full of fabulous natural sites that you, too, can see for the small price of 50 kuai per location! We were particularly excited to see the ...
... national park with jagged mountains and slot canyons and streams and it was beautiful. There was one slot canyon that we slid through that was 20 cms wide. Yep, I had to suck it all in.
Definitely glad I didn't eat that very last dumpling the night before! We explored a deep, deep cave, something I've never done before. It was kinda scary because it was very, very dark and I think each of us was thinking (but not saying) ...
... me given that I'd negotiated two already to get to this point) to get to the the start of the trails. The logic of this misses me, but this is probably because the addition of a few extra bus driving jobs and being able to charge a great entry fee is hardly my priority.
Suffice to say, upon disembarking this last bus, you find yourself amongst a bunch more souvenir stalls and a couple of hotels. I guess at peak season it is ...