Millennium Harbourview Hotel Xiamen
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... see a single westerner the entire day. Feel like the more adventurous part of my trip is properly getting started! Walked back to my hotel and watched BBC for a few hours while doing some last minute expense reports and time card stuff for my jobs back home that I realized I had forgotten to do before I left. Had a mediocre western meal in the hotel for dinner as I was too exhausted to go anywhere interesting and made a very early night of it. Wanted to get a good sleep in a ...
Took the high speed train to Xiamen today. Pretty scenery along the coast. Pardon the reflected phone in a lot of the pictures. Got lost trying to find my hotel and my data connection is so slow I had to call mom and have her find directions for me on ...
And then the Acupuncture doc did some Chinese cupping/bleeding. This basically meant he put a few little bam-bam-bam-bam-bam holes in my skin, then heated the inside of a glass cup, and suctioned it right over the area. Leaving this on for a few minutes drew out the blood and stagnant qi from this area. Oh boy how I love Chinese medicine.
So from taking the wrong bus and getting beautiful lost to redirecting the flow of my qi, my last few weeks ...
... shining. The metal phase is categorized by withdrawing and chipping away at the impurities, so that was is left is stronger and more pure than what was before. Yet this phase is also marked by grief, but not in a regrettable way.
Reichstein writes, "Resolve emerges from grief like pure gold emerging from ashes; it is the distilled essence of what we had--a person, a love, a home, ...
... aren't meant to be conversations with strangers; some comments, or incidents, or humiliations are best left to a simple laugh and a quick about-turn. There are times to be offended, but most times are not meant to be taken personally, especially in another culture. If I took all to heart here, I would spend the days tucked safely in my bed with a month's worth of ramen. But alas, what kind of adventure would that be?