Hilford Hotel Xiamen
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... back at the ship at 1:30pm in time for sailing and a late lunch.
Washing and ironing time to fill out the afternoon.
5 O'Clock WineO’clock on the balcony and then on to dinner in Pacific Moon. These afternoons at sea on fine afternoons are just magic - sun setting in the west, calm seas, light breeze and you can see forever. The company and the wine are good too !!
Dinner provided a surprise – we had ...
... really nice, on the Pearl River estuary. Well, getting there wasn't as easy as I thought it would be. After a mean bus driver letting another guy at the bus stop on and then driving off before I could get on, I headed back to Yongding for more regular buses. They didn't have any buses until late... so I went to another town an hour or so away. Finally I arrived in Xiamen around 4:30. Visited the awesome Nanputuo Temple, which is a Buddhist temple that is still very ...
... have been lovely to have someone playing, or music on a sound system. Nup. An aviary had the biggest gathering of peacocks I've ever seen, as well as pelicans, cockatoos and others. The noise was unbelievable. There was a show starting at 9.30, and about ten minutes beforehand, every bird seemed to start warming up its vocal chords. There was the usual revolting show of trained birds doing ridiculous things like riding a bike. The only funny one was the cockatoo playing the piano. ...
... clean and beautiful city with abundant flowers and shrubbery in elaborate designs, with ancient temples, universities and beaches. It is also known as Amoy, and is the ancestral home to large communities of overseas Chinese living in Taiwan and Southeast Asia. Over the years it has been occupied by the Portuguese, British ( after the first Opium War) and Japan but has been thriving since the creation of new China. It was one of the first trading zones ...
... actually cross the road, well that was fun!!! We managed to not be run down by pushbikes, motorbikes, cars, taxis, buses and trucks!! And I forgot all the pedestrians that just barge through anyway!
Once we got to the Temple entrance, our tour leader said we could either do our own thing or he will explain along the way so we decided that would be better. The first area had a few ponds and they had fish and so many turtles of all sizes. The first main ...