- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... boat races but here in Guangong, we balanced eggs straight up. And if you can do it, then you are going to have a good year, but you have to do it exactly at noon J we all were able to do it. Then we had a rice noodle soup for lunch and watermelon! My favorite. I think I could live on dragon fruit and watermelon : D.
In the afternoon we dug holes again in the same garden area as yesterday. It is so weird how you can do the simplest job and they find you so ...
... areas and averaging 26 km/h over a distance of 2,888 kms.
At the immediate conclusion of the trip in September 2012, I’d sent this e-mail to friends and family:
Well, the riding is over; we are both back safe and mostly sound in Delhi after almost 3000 kms of the most gruelling riding either of us has ever done. We have encountered rockslides, snow, torrential rain, mud, rocks, and sucking sand. Pothole has become ...
... junk food after the intense effort of our electric bike experience and we had a 'mos' burger, the rice-bulgogi burger was delicious and actually pretty healthy! As it turned out we would end up back-pedalling on this journey after our plans sort of fell through - but as it turned out it brought us on a fantastic trip to a quiet little place we would never have found so all works out well in the end. For more info on this little adventure see the next blog ...
On March 26th, day four in Taiwan, we woke up early, because we had a long bus ride ahead of us. Our first stop was the Sky Bridge. We viewed the beautiful scenery of Taiwan from high up. After that, we went on a long bus ride, headed for the Amusement Park! Unfortunately though, there was rain! We got to get in a few rides, but we left after two hours, for most of the rides had ...
... fruit and then some peanuts with purple skin which are very healthy for you. Found a jigsaw puzzle of Taiwan that has all the provinces named in Chinese and English and also the famous sites in Taiwan. So many statues and carvings to see - easier to photograph than bring home ( too heavy). Then it was off again to the very first House we had stayed at a week ago. We had left our big bags here so needed to ...