Ping An Fu Hotel
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... surface. Each night we were required to surrender our passports so they could be copied. He told the story when an English visitor who had been out spoken in the UK about the Chinese Regime, was visiting China as a tourist and one night at a hotel, staff missed copying his passport , authorities were monitoring this behind the scenes and stepped to check out why his passport had not been copied. Big Brother. Now it off to the Terracotta Army , Shanghi no more blogging home Late October ...
Woke early to the sounds of the city coming alive in the alley below our window, so were up and off to the Art Zone for breakfast and some modern art! The whole area was an old munitions factory and other industry, but now renovated to be an art hub. Some great art to see including sculptures, very modern Chinese painters, a David Hockney exhibition, photography etc. Found ...
... stone circle that looks like a flying saucer partially buried in the ground. After climbing a few stairs you walk towards the center and pray to the Sky God for good harvests or anything else you are in need of. I don’t typically go in for this sort of thing, but when in Rome. In fact when I was in Rome I received a blessing from the Pope, and in the Blue Mosque of Turkey I asked Allah for a cure, at the Parthenon I made a sacrifice to ...
... out as a novelty of looking out my window to fireworks, became an annoying backdrop for an entire week...day and night. I was very happy to see the firework stand packing up.
Casey and I spent a really fun and nice first Valentine's Day as an engaged couple. We went to a hot pot restaurant and then a comedy show. The hot pot restaurant was a local one, which means no English menus or waiters. It also means=delicious ...
... up from the table and then so did I.
"Mom?" I said.
She turned around and I smiled and said, "Wo chi bao le."
That means "I'm full!" They give me so much food that I say that every night.
This time my stomach was full, but I meant more than that. I was full from all of my experiences these past 7 weeks. Full from the kindness and care that they've given me. Full from the laughing. Full from the singing and the dancing. Full ...