Wu Liang Ye Grand Hotel
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the bins are often overflowing with toilet paper (why don't they use water here, like in India?) and they almost all have hand basins, if not soap, for afterwards. I've been in one which had doorless cubicles, but all the others have had doors, although many locals don't bother locking them! They are usually squat loos, which is good in many ways, as the only dirt is from people's feet, although the doorless one also had a western style loo, side on to the ...
... at the hostel and then stepped on the first of what must have been thousands of steps (the Chinese seem to love them). Again at the base were hoards of people, mainly there to see the (unpleasant) monkeys; we grew to hate them actually, we saw one monkey jump on one tourist, tearing a bag away from another, all in the pursuit of food.
We slept at a beautiful Buddhist Temple, from our beds we could hear nature all around us - the ...
... Instead we were greeted with eight of them all feeding together. The sight was just so arresting, it’s such a privilege to see one or two of these endangered species, let alone eight, all feeding and playing together. We stood and watched for fully fifteen minutes, totally fascinated, until the throng got impatient, as everyone waits for their turn at the rail to view these magnificent creatures.
We spotted a queue going into ...
... classroom after I leave? Aren't I liable if a kid gets hurt or something?" They just looked at me in confusion and said, "No...of course not. Just walk out and don't let it get to you." I can't believe they are encouraging me to leave the class alone. This seems crazy!!! Sonny said he talked to the Principal, and she said the same thing--to just walk out of the class and not teach them. I have 5 classes that are pretty good, so I am glad I have some classes where ...
... sure to get a picture of the squat pottie
From there we went to an wonderful park. It is called Bamboo Park. It was very beautiful. There was many different flowers and foliage. We just walked and enjoyed the day. The rain stopped before we got there. The kids got to play with some cool toys in the park with the native Chinese. They also had spots where dancing was taking place. ...