Hong Yi Hotel
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... a little hidden treasure. We then found the park alongside the River with statues to 'Yu the Great' , the 8th great grandson of the Yellow Emperor, who controlled the floods along the Yangtze River Delta. He is supposed to have divided the Yangtze and Han rivers and the Jade Emperor was so pleased with his efforts he produced two Generals the Snake and the Turtle, to help him, ...
... noodles again. We then went to Mao's Summer Palace, Maozedong Donglu Jiuju on the shores of East Lake which is now being revamped into a conference centre, but we saw one of Mao's cars in a glass case. As we walked out we realised we were in the middle of a secure military zone! We then made our way back to the hotel and then got a taxi to Giano's, an Italian Restaurant in Wenchang. It was owned by a lovely Chinese lady about my age ...
... Masters Degree in South Korea or England, although England would be expensive. Her English was excellent and it was a pleasure to sit and talk to her.
I knew exactly what Will would say when we had left her and got in a taxi - 'she would make a perfect wife for me!'. Xuli had said most of her friends in her village are married with a child, but she wants to travel and see the world first. A really lovely young ...
... government based on the size and construction type of the house they were living in at the time - not much whatever the size. He husband and father had to go and work in the coal mines in Mongolia - they were farmers, but with no farms now and being illiterate, no local jobs available. There are twelve people living in the house. She has an 8 year old son (we've decided we can't guess any ages here as we thought she was perhaps early ...
... and I met her other grandfather who has aged very well. We enjoyed good food (as always) and Anna’s aunt bought us gifts, which were traditional Tibetan necklaces that her husband had brought all the way from Tibet following his recent motorcycle adventure there. They came in male and female form and I donned mine politely, although Anna’s parents understood that I wasn’t going to make a habit of wearing it.
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