Shan Shui Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... the lookout point, I weaved my way down to a beautiful sandy beach and interesting park with zig zag bridges out over the ocean front. Had a nice sit at a little pagoda about 20 feet off the beaten path and was undisturbed for 30 minutes at least. Like I said, you don't have to go far to get away from the crowds. The park also had a piano museum. This was a villa previously owned by some rich European who loved pianos I think. One piano in particular was vary cool. More for ...
... Not my proudest moment. I definitely need to learn Mandarin. Had Dim Sum for dinner. Working on readjusting some plans for later in the trip since I received notice of a canceled flight. Tomorrow I'm going to the Island of Gulangyu, which should be ...
... Sour Pork I've ever tasted (thanks Yili!), I've tutored in conversational English for 10 hours, I've been to class far too many times (Sorry Dr. Jay!), I've taken finals, painted lotuses, diagnosed all my friend's health problems with phrases like "too much fire" and "not enough earth." I've watch a stunning sunset over the Pacific ocean, I've laughed with some new friends, I've danced and belted Pitch Perfect with some old ones. I've tasted and I've seen ...
... not only with gratitude for green tea, cheap rice, and silk robes, but also I am unspeakably grateful for the people and places that loved me and raised me. And although my time has not yet come, I am so grateful that I can go home.
We shall not cease from exploration
And the end of all our exploring
Will be to arrive where we started
And know the place for the first time. T.S. ...
... Because sometimes, the streets are literally flooding. Sometimes, the ground is wet and all that fills your mind is the dry, warm, safety of your bed all nestled up at home. Sometimes, your air conditioner dumps gallons of water all over your clothes while you're asleep (sorry Logan). Sometimes, you get hit in the eye with an ember on the beach. Sometimes, you have to do Taiji in the middle of a crowded track when every single person is watching those ...