Xiamen International Airpot Garden Hotel
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Travel Tax cost us P1620 each <P6480 for four(4) pax>. [03:30AM] And while waiting on the gate we had 2bowl of noodle and 2hot coffee and a bread <P230>. [07:00AM] Finally here at the arrival area, and after passing the HK imigration, we'll manage to look on where we can purchase an octupus card and after we will meet up moms cousin, …
... of a 4 year PhD course of study – pity it was not in English as she was somewhat difficult to understand at times.
First visit was to Qingjing Temple – an 11th century mosque founded by the local Muslim community. The original mosque is now only ruins and a modern functioning structure sits alongside. It appears there is tolerance for all brands of religion in China although the Muslim community is ...
... some bus 20 minutes out of town to buy a ticket. With limited time anyway, this was pretty stressful! I think it's a recent development because it didn't say anything about that in my Lonely Planet guide. It also didn't say that a return ticket cost 50Yuan (for a 15 minute ferry ride.. pretty expensive!) I was feeling pretty stressed out and a bit sad when I arrived at the other ferry port, and wondering whether I should just go home since I wouldn't have long on the island. ...
... them up when I get back to school. Back to our holiday. A long weekend, with no school on Monday, so we rushed to the airport on Friday afternoon, worried that we would miss our flight. We took the fast train, the Maglev, which reached a speed of 431 kms/hour. Not a pleasant experience, as it was rocking far too much for my comfort. The trip did only take six minutes though. Once at the airport, we found our flight was delayed, and so we waited. And waited. No information, irate ...
... houses for their outstanding selection of Chinese teas. One thing that became obvious quickly inside the real China is that English speaking people, outside major hotels, is hard to find so it is often a very amusing interaction as you negotiate prices in the side streets.
Overall we were extremely impressed at how advanced, clean and developed Xiamen is relative to both our expectations.
Back to the South China Sea for a full day at sea on to Shanghai! ...