Nanyuan Hotel

Address: No.578 Quan'an Middle Road, Qingyang Town, Jinjiang, Fujian, 362200, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.578 Quan'an Middle Road, Qingyang Town, Jinjiang.
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Travel Blogs from Jinjiang

Windows on the World

A travel blog entry by drewanrohan on Sep 25, 2014

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... the curves of the road, and the call of the ocean, and the heat of the paths to avoid.

Each morning, I wake up bathed in uncertainty. What new things will today bring? Will I commit an enormous social faux pas? Will I make a new friend? Will the food make me sick? Will I remember what I studied yesterday for my Chinese exam? Will I understand what people are trying to communicate to me? Will I miss home? And each evening, I excitedly ...

Temples and shrines

A travel blog entry by donnaterman on Feb 18, 2014

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It's not clear to us what religion these temples represent. At least one temple was shared by both Buddhist and Taoist worshippers, though these are different religions. Some temples are apparently for a local religion, which involves ...

Post Grading

A travel blog entry by friedtuna on Jan 20, 2014

... would get a good grade. She got a high B so we played dumb and said "That's a good grade, right?" The other situation was when Jenn was asked to make sure any students on the basketball team passed their classes, even though two of them never came to class or did any of the homework and bombed on the final. We submitted the grades as Fs and let our academic handler actually change the grades.

Otherwise most of ...

Thanksgiving, Business Ceremonies, and Jobs.

A travel blog entry by friedtuna on Dec 19, 2013

... to look bored since I’d just gotten in a speech delivered too loudly into a microphone while understanding absolutely none of it. About 1 hour was long enough. Finally it was over and we were free to collect our movie tickets and say goodbye to my student. To our surprise when we left the hotel it had started raining while we inside. We had forgotten my first lesson of being in China: Always carry an umbrella. It was downtown Quanzhou, at 6pm while it was raining and we had a ...

An Escape from Mao

A travel blog entry by friedtuna on Nov 20, 2013

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... being a full 2 hours because the airline didn’t have a hangar, or a tire of their own at the airport and had to borrow one from another airline. We ate in flight meals while waiting at the gate and finally loaded onto our plane. A quick flight back to Xiamen and about an hour drive from Xiamen to Quanzhou. We arrived home around 11pm and went to bed quickly because both Jenn and I had 8am classes the next ...