Luyin Holiday Reception Center
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... the last year that OAT will include visits to factories. Next year they will all become optional side trips.
We continued to Hollywood Road, road part way on the worlds longest escalator, visited a local market (entered a Buddhist shop where everything is made of paper. They believe that you can burn these items for your ancestors and your ancestors will have them to use in the afterlife. These things were awesome; everything from shirts to McDonald's meals, to Gucci ...
... Useful observations of the day:- All scaffolding here is made of bamboo, and there's lots of it holding up buildings and some skinny nets protecting you from falling debri. Put no faith in either Traffic lights constantly beep. Slowly to say "not yet, not yet, not yet" and rapidly to say "gogogogogogogogogogogo". I wouldnt want to live on the ground floor near one of them. There are advertising tv's on the tubes. Genius venture in marketing that we should probably bring back to ...
... It was a very short drive from our hotel to the ferry terminal and during our drive we met our tour director Michelle and her happy flower. She had a stuffed flower with a happy face on it that we would simply follow around so we wouldn't get lost. There were only 16 of us so it was pretty easy to stay cohesive. She explained to us that restrooms will be critical on the trip and that she calls them happy rooms. She said to try ...
... trams that run close to the harbor area. It's been a busy couple of days. Today we are off to see what else we can discover.
Wifi in the room is impossible so we will upload some pics as soon as we get the chance, Till; next time....... from us having fun.
... fight for.
I’ve arrived to China. A momentary rush leaves space for a new emptiness: and now what? Are the skyscrapers what attract me? No. Are the packed streets what I’m excited to see? Not really. The monuments, museums, palaces? A good excuse to have a good time with somebody else, but not by themselves. The culture and the history? Damn interesting, yeah, but still… They are not the aim.
Finally I understand it was not the ending what ...