Jin Mao International Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... to offer a donation to the orphanage. Without hesitance we agreed. After a few photo's and a bit of filming, we left the orphanage to pick-up some rice and cooking oil at the local supermarket.
It felt good to view Qiang's residential home. But, to be honest we were also happy to be back outside, in the ' fresh ' air - where for the first time we could observe a bit of blue sky. You can almost forget this with the smog of Beijing en Hefei.
... 2). Qiang eats exceptionally well. The rice went in quickly and he enjoyed it noticeably. He is a tidy eater and seems to have adapted to the problems of eating with a cleft palate. After lunch it was time for a nap. This became apparent when we put him into bed..hedrifted off within 5 mins and slept 3 hours long; It has been an intenselyemotional day for him too! After his nap we went to the supermarket to get the sippycup and a new pair of shoes. Qiang did not care ...
We start rolling at 7 am heading to Huang Shan Mountain by bus. We take a cable car to go up and do some hiking. The view is really nice but clouds are always following our group so we have to wait until the clouds clear up. It is really tiring to climb up the stairs. After getting half way we stop for lunch in a hotel on the top of the mountain. Then we continue climbing up to the cable car station. ...
After a good night rest in a luxurious hotel with clean rooms, good shower and cool air con, we wake up as usual at 6 am, take breakfast at 7 and start rolling at 8. Today plan is to drive almost 500 km and after lunch we stop by a tea shop at Chie Men in Anhui Province. We spend there about an hour testing a huge variety of teas. Then we continue to Yie Xian to see ...
... years but I was pretty sure that this was not the same guy. So I sent a text message to my friend, ‘Where are you?’ He replied and said he was in his hometown and asked where I was. So I sent a picture of me at the shop with this other guy, and he said that was his brother. Well they do look alike!
The next day was Tammy’s last train ride in China and it was our longest one - 11 hours. I will tell you all about it in the next post.