Lujiang Harborview Hotel
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... Cheng Do took one and half hours each way and as we were sailing again at 2pm, there was not a lot of time on our hands. The visits were to two temples and to a shopping street / market (although the closest we got to the latter was a drive through the precinct).
Our tour guide said to call her Hayley as it sounded like her Chinese name. She was a 20 something Chinese lady who has a degree and Masters in Education and is in the ...
... some bus 20 minutes out of town to buy a ticket. With limited time anyway, this was pretty stressful! I think it's a recent development because it didn't say anything about that in my Lonely Planet guide. It also didn't say that a return ticket cost 50Yuan (for a 15 minute ferry ride.. pretty expensive!) I was feeling pretty stressed out and a bit sad when I arrived at the other ferry port, and wondering whether I should just go home since I wouldn't have long on the island. ...
... amusement. And yes, there is another toilet story to add to the repoitoire. This time, I had nothing to brace myself against, and stumbled slightly backwards. The flush button was just behind me, and so I managed to stand up at the same time as pushing the button with my buttocks. So clever! It has been a wonderful holiday. Warm, relaxing, entertaining, good food and plenty to see. It has felt like a lot longer than three days. I am sure the lack of cars/bikes has a lot to do with ...
... 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 ...
Today we as per usual, got up and pampered ourselves then headed to get breakfast once again, catching up with people we've met along the way. Quite a few people were going on the same tour as ours so there was lots of buses heading out. Today we are doing The Essence of Xiamem, which takes us to a temple, a beach Buddah ( and I don't mean us on the beach!!) then to a pedestrian shopping mall.
Our first stop was at the Temple and the first thing we had to do ...