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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 ...
... and negotiated with a woman there, managing to get me a space in a rather modern tulou, for a discounted price. They also fed me cake and apples. So many people here are so willing to help you, it's awesome. I pretty much passed out when I got to the tulou (another motorbike ride... through the storm that had just started! Fun), and slept from 6pm to 7am - the longest I've slept for a while.
When I woke up the plan was to go to Xiamen, a nearby city which was supposed ...
... skies, and we can clearly see Xiamen and mainland China, depending on which side of the island we are on. A walk around the island might take three hours at a leisurely pace. However, we have never made it right around. The lanes twist and turn every few meters, and I'm always wondering what is around that corner, and so we go off the main path. That little path then converges with four other paths, all at odd angles. The minute we go off the main track, we get lost! A map is ...
... night, this time we dined with Cheryl, her Dad Tom and her twins, William and Kate, lovely family from Melbourne. We had a great meal, lots of drinks and great company, we sat right at the front where everyone came into the dining room, so we all kept chatting to people we knew as they walked in and out, this was a great spot!!
After dinner, there was a production show so we all went to see it, but it had already started but what we saw was good.
Had a lazy day today staying around the Hotel Indigo. We walked down Zhongshan Lu and had lunch at Aijsen Ramen, one of our favourite Japanese restaurant chains. We then wandered back to the hotel and had afternoon tea sitting up in the restaurant area overlooking the harbour and Gulangyu Island, unfortunately not warm or nice enough to sit outside.