Mercure Teda Hotel
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... for 2 days. The doctor on board is working hard. We have both got slight sniffles but nothing major so wont go near the doc- do not want to be locked in our cabin! Even when we went back through Chinese immigration to get off the ship for the day, they were scanning everyone with thermal cameras to make sure we weren't bringing any nasty disease into the country.So at least we know our temperature is normal!
... gong sounded once and you know the rest. We're not really sure who made up the audience - perhaps brass players, venue subscribers or perhaps just curious locals. There was no talking at all other than Nigel introducing the soloists, "Soprano Cornet, small, only 1 in band, Colin Clarke". The Maori group were predictably loved by the audience. They are awesome! Some small children cried but that too is probably predictable. It seemed perhaps that ...
... and headed straight for beer! You will have seen the pictures of us in the German style beer garden drinking imported European Beer - a bit strange when you're in China but hey - this is a Brass Band after all. Dinner options were many and varied. The hotel's revolving restaurant serves a full buffet with ALL YOU CAN DRINK BEER for NZ$13 so a number of the band ...
... mixing of different cultures. The stops were somewhat extended, but it was an easy morning and finished with lunch and a drive along the coast road. Back in Xinghai square we saw some more bronze statues including a band where you can stand in as the drummer or vocalist and a pair of horses where you can sit on the second horse. We got a picture of john getting his impression taken. We were informed that it was not pollution smog that was obstructing our clear view of everything ...
... that specializes on rice. The night is still young so we decide to visit a night market next to our hotel, and we still keep buying food, like mutton sate and some oysters. Not a good decision as after eating oysters on the street one of our friends is poisoned and cannot join the convoy so they take train to reach the next city called Shen Yang, 508 km from Dalian.