Jinjiang Hot Spring Hotel
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... waitresses were hilariously adorable, using their best english. After dinner we journeyed further into town towards the market, scary foods, more giggling chinese, gorgeous clothes, unless nicknacks and a skinned goat.... Seemingly one is killed everyday in the centre of town, was a site we didn't need to see. We passed down through the town and headed to an indoor market where watches and electical goods are sold. Cian and Des admired the beautiful copies, so shiny! ...
... They still use the old fashioned sensors with the bulb suction cups to hold them on your skin…I hope it is accurate…much better than the ripping off of the tape though.
Treadmill next…I have never done this before, but I thought “Piece of cake I run 5-10 km on a somewhat regular basis, no sweat”. I start…pulse 55 beats per minute, BP 120 over 72 (we were running around prior, so it was a touch high ;) It starts getting harder ...
... about every 30 min. Price for 2nd class tickets (really comfortable, spacious soft seat ) is 83.50 RMB. As everywhere in China you need your passport or at least a passport copy for each traveller to by a ticket. If you just show up to get on the next train calculate some hours waiting time.
Its a nice ride along rice fields, palm trees, forests and lots of green. It actually made us ...
... shortening the way back to about 20min. You can buy tickets on the bottom already (100RMB) or have a look at the lines first while hiking up and buy them at the peak later. Do it ts great fun !! The picture they take at the end of your ride is only 20 RMB. Ask to get a copy on a USB stick or your camera chip and they copy all images they took not just the one they print out and laminate).
We had a great day and where happy we did ...
... br> Belinda said she contacted a grade school classmate of hers
and he wanted to take us to a fish restaurant, right on a fisherman’s
wharf. Her classmates name was Yuan. He was a prison guard about an hour’s drive from his home. If you could think of stereotypical prison guard, Yuan was the farthest thing from it.
He was a very kind and gentle acting person, that liked to laugh a lot.
To get there, Lewis had to follow Yuan on an off ...