Xiang Wan Hotel
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... and beans. One of my favourite dishes so far in all of China!
They told me the cold soup was only good to eat in the summer and it had cool properties in Chinese medicine, so it was good for us, especially after all the beer and greasy "hot" food we ate all weekend.
I said goodbye to the entourage and we made some loose plans to maybe go to Xiamen for the upcoming September holiday.
... There were also some propaganda tourism videos actually projected onto the planet, which showed scenes from Jiangxi's tourism board. It was quite mesmerizing and I forgot my camera, sorry.
Then, we went for a short drive to see the pagodas and the bridge lit up at night. When we got home, I washed my clothes on the "antibacterial" setting because they stunk so bad still. It took two hours and I didn't get to bed until 11!
... for them and they would help. After about two hours of brutal ankle torture, I was finally at the bus in time for the 4 pm departure. But Nope he wasn't leaving, I guess there weren't enough people on the bus for that. Forget the schedule! Oh China. Doreen had a party to go to, so she arranged for one of her friends to pick me up and bring me to her house. It has a fingerprint scanner so I couldn't just let myself in. My legs were so sore ...
... work. Perfect. She also invited me to come back on Friday to go to Wuyuan and visit her grandparents in an old village. Even better!
I slept well and had another weird dream. In the first one, I was Amy schumer's manatee keeper, and in the second, I killed someone because he stepped on my dog and crushed him like a cigarette. Today I dreamt my dad had brain surgery and I knew the doctor did it wrong. They gave me money in a dirty envelope to shut up about it. ...
... know what to do.
Our guide Wendy was fabulous. Her father brought her over and offered to take Katie to the hospital. He was so gracious. Wendy and her manager explored options for us very openly and kindly, and arranged a late checkout to give us time to see how things developed. By 11:00, Katie's stomach had settled and she was in a deep sleep. We decided to let her sleep until 1:00 and see what happened.