Fuding International 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.
... and then a man crawled across the
tightrope. Well…he crawled smoothly…kind of like a glide and did all kinds of
acrobatics along the way. The Chinese audience was absolutely thrilled with
this. It is still the simple things in life that make them smile. They are not
into all the high tech stuff and all the add ins we need in order to get a
response. Me…I was happy to have an ice pop todayJ
So, the day ended and we were off ...
... to take a pic, but felt that I have made enough social guffaws in the last twenty four hours. WHO SAYS 'GUFFAWS'??? Back to the calligrapher...truly an artist. One dip of that giant brush and he painted over 30 characters without ever re-dipping! Just when I thought it was drying out he would give the mini-est little plop, barely noticeable and there a puddle dot would appear. I wanted to show him my appreciation for his amazing work and waited for him to ...
... name of the town we stayed in means "shrimp waters" and oh my, oh my, were the shrimp delicious. And other seafood, too. I'm unclear about what I'm eating most of the time, truth be told, and only time will tell if this is smart or not. Probably not says my mother when she reads this! But how do you not try these splendidly prepared dishes? And some of what is offered, as well, by people who mean so, so well.
Case in point---As ...
... bus whilst waiting for the driver to come and join us).
A word of advice, I'd not go there in the during Chinese holiday periods as I'm certain it would be overloaded with visitors, rendering the pleasure of the location to a frustration. Actually, I think this is my rule of travel in China from now on... stay away from tourist places during summer and any public holidays, and perhaps even stay away from major tourist destinations permanently.