Xiamen Miramar Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... and Qingjing is the only surviving mosque in this area. It is not large compared to the mosques we have seen in Turkey and the simplicity of the interior is in stark contrast to the Catholic and Protestant churches we have seen in Europe.
Next on the list was Kaiyuan Temple which was completed during the Tang Dynasty. It is a Buddhist temple that features two pagodas of 44 metres and 48 metres in height. The pagodas are supported ...
... my breath away. How many years ago had I read about the pink dolphins in China (called Chinese White Dolphins) and longed to see them - I don't know, but I had wanted to see them for so long. I fumbled around for my binoculars to see them closer up and it was really, really special. Although my hands were shaking so it was quite hard to hold the binoculars! No one else on the boat noticed them, and I didn't say anything - this moment was just for me. It's unexpected ...
... them up when I get back to school. Back to our holiday. A long weekend, with no school on Monday, so we rushed to the airport on Friday afternoon, worried that we would miss our flight. We took the fast train, the Maglev, which reached a speed of 431 kms/hour. Not a pleasant experience, as it was rocking far too much for my comfort. The trip did only take six minutes though. Once at the airport, we found our flight was delayed, and so we waited. And waited. No information, irate ...
... lane ways. Unfortunately our planned guide was a no show, so while we didn't get to see the botanical gardens, we were able to have more time to wander the heart of the city and it certainly showed to be a first world city, with modern amenities and a rich cultural heritage.
The people were extremely welcoming and we didn't see the crowds we expected as most streets were wide walking boulevards that were only moderately busy. We then ventured onto ...
... s big Buddah and lots of other ones on the side, I would tell you who they were but the tour leader had good but broken English which made it hard for getting the correct pronunciation!! We meandered our way through other Temples gradually climbing lots of stairs along the way. The last area to go was to s huge big rock with something to do with Buddah written on it, there was more climbing to do to get up to the top but that was as far as our tour leader went. ...