Pan Pacific Xiamen
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... and Qingjing is the only surviving mosque in this area. It is not large compared to the mosques we have seen in Turkey and the simplicity of the interior is in stark contrast to the Catholic and Protestant churches we have seen in Europe.
Next on the list was Kaiyuan Temple which was completed during the Tang Dynasty. It is a Buddhist temple that features two pagodas of 44 metres and 48 metres in height. The pagodas are supported ...
... was mine. Arrived very early Saturday morning in Yongding. It was really hard to find out much information about Yongding county and the tulous for some reason so I just thought I'd arrive and 'wing it'. I found a bus stop and asked to go to the tulous, this man then took me off to a minibus across the street and I just got off when it looked right. The countryside we went through on the bus ride was fabulous! I already liked it here. Ended up at Hongkeng tulou cluster which ...
... number of pianos on it. There is an amazing piano museum, which I am sure Nick's father would love. I wasn't allowed to take photos, but it was a fantastic collection. There was even a corner piano. I imagine you would have to cross your hands over to play it. Continuing the musical theme, a chinaman living in Australia is determined to create the largest organ museum in the world. Again, the collection was amazing. The only thing lacking in both these museums, ironically, was music. ...
... clean and beautiful city with abundant flowers and shrubbery in elaborate designs, with ancient temples, universities and beaches. It is also known as Amoy, and is the ancestral home to large communities of overseas Chinese living in Taiwan and Southeast Asia. Over the years it has been occupied by the Portuguese, British ( after the first Opium War) and Japan but has been thriving since the creation of new China. It was one of the first trading zones ...
... for a bit and as we were heading back to the bus, we saw little sand crabs so we squatted and watched them move around, the beach here has a fair amount of rubbish lying near the waters edge, I wouldn't liked to had swum here! Near the exit to where we had to meet, we bought a sugar donut thing but it wasn't soft, it was like a chorro stick but harder. Back on the bus and this time heading for the pedestrian shopping street, yahoo!! We had 1 hour and 10 minutes ...