Xiang Hai Ming Zhu Hotel
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... the hotel looks remarkably the same. We took a leisurely stroll in Peoples Park, which is now free. I seem to remember having to pay a few yuan back in the day. We then reboarded the van to head to Renmen Square. But, we got off to walk down the small lane where all of the clothes shops used to be. They are still there too. Oh how happy I was my wife was not with us or that 15 walk would have taken hours because she would have wanted ...
... is being built all the way along the already high speed train. Two dreams of ours at the Budd Company in the early eighties now brought to fruition here in China. So cool.
We arrived right on time in Shangrao and were greeted by Wendi, our local guide here and in Nanchang. She is a wonderful young lady. After we checked in, we had a lunch across the street from the hotel, at which the food was presented with none of the traditional Jiangxi ...
Well, looky here! An update!
This past Saturday (um...several Saturdays ago...) a friend of mine took a few teachers and me to visit her village. Her village is at the foot of a mountain path that leads up to a Buddhist temple that is built on the peak of the mountain. The village is named Wang Xian (Stares at Fairs…there is story behind the name, one that takes place a long time ago…) and the ...
... the #5 primary school) grew up. Her mother and father still live there and they treated us to a wonderful lunch. Her father is quite the cook and I was given instructions for a pork dish that seems to be popular in Shangrao. It's really tasty!
We ended the day at an out of the way park. We took a bus that cost us 3 yuan a person, one-way. I believe that it runs on an hourly schedule. You ...
... the ticket, and then allowed me to wait in their own private resting quarters, perhaps to ensure that this foreigner wouldn't miss his train. I was grateful for their help (and the comfortable sofas instead of hard plastic chairs), and when the train arrived at the platform, they directed me to the right car. The ride was only 20 minutes, and I killed some time in the Shangrao station before my train to Guilin would arrive. Once I was aboard, I found my top bunk and went to ...
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