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Malacca was a charming fishing town that my ship's captain took pride in his knowledge of. A kind of treasure so to speak, what a confidant man. A confidant man who had in this instance decided he wanted to stay with the locals with his crew for some time, bidding us a fond farewell. Our overland trek to the opposite side of the peninsula was arduous but my guide kept us in food and clothes, bargaining well with ...
... features they had seen in the west. Today approximately 1,800 of these buildings are still standing. We visited the Fangshi Diaolou built in 1920 by members of the Fang Clan.
These were beautiful buildings built out in beautiful countryside. We were able to explore several of the buildings and wander around the museum area with photos of emigre Chinese. We were given lunch by our driver and ...
... to the Shishi Sacred Heart Catholic Cathedral which was modeled on Notre Dame, and is one of only 4 cathedrals in the world made of granite. Stunning stained glass windows.
We then went to the Opera House to buy tickets for the Russian Ballet's Swan Lake on Saturday night! This is really close to the Canton Tower so ...
After we disembarked from the night train we checked into the Westin and then made our way to Yuexiu Hill to visit Sun Yat Sen Monument and the Ming Dynasty Zhenhai Tower (Guangzhou Museum).
We then caught a taxi to Shamien Island, a lovely restored area of Guangzhou, full of colonial buildings, wide avenues and street scene ...
Well, we're into February and if there is a groundhog around here, I don’t think he saw his shadow. Except for 2 days of rain, we had a very pleasant January with temperatures between 12 and 22. February is starting off the same way. There were only a handful of days when Tim didn’t wear his shorts, which I’m sure he’ll be telling you when he returns home. I feel we’re acclimatizing to life in China because most things seem ordinary ...