Xiang Wan Hotel
Travel Blogs from Shangrao
... sleep was the most important thing. After seeing the look on Wendy's face in answer to the question as to whether, if we had to go to a hospital, we should go to Nanchang or here in Shangrao, we decided o stick to the plan to go to Nanchang on schedule with Katie sleeping in the back row.
At 1:00, when we awoke her to get on the van, Katie said "where is my dress for the orphanage?" We told her we could not go and while ...
... we packaged for our hostess, her cousin and Mr Wu.
After dinner we had Mr Wu drop us about 4 blocks from the hotel in the business district so we could walk the streets. It was a pleasant evening. Folks got a little freaked when I took them down a back alley shopping tour, but afterwards, laughed it off.
It is our tradition on Gotcha Day to celebrate with either an ice cream cake or the Klingler favorite devil's food with whipped cream ...
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 village of Banqiao (Wood Bridge) is a small, quiet place located about 10 km west of Shangrao County. It is surrounded by sandstone (well, some sort of sedimentary stone) hills with many of the valleys given over to small fishing ponds and rice fields. The area reminds me a bit of the American Badlands in North and South Dakota, although not as hot and dry and with more vegetation. There are layers ...
... on my face for the entire hike. Back in Yushan, I grabbed another cheap dinner at the restaurant from las night, this time enjoying some fried noodles with various vegetables. I went back to the hotel for a quick shower, grabbed my bag, and took a motorcycle tricycle taxi (it was as funny as it sounds) to the train station. I needed a ticket from Yushan to Shangrao, where the train I booked yesterday would depart from. After a bit of confusion, the station attendants ...
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