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Travel Blogs from Linyi
This morning we woke up and thought maybe we wouldn't make to trip to Lianyungang. Lily is so scared of us, especially Steve. He can't even talk and she cries. She clings to me, and doesn't like to be changed, to play or even drink a bottle. We both knew we'd regret it if we didn't get to see the orphange and she does better if she's not in our hotel room so we headed out. It's a four hour trip which took a little longer since ...
... Confusius temple.
2hrs driving to 泰安. Tofu feast and watch an outdoor show in 泰山 in the heavy rain.
Stay in a nice hotel tonight. Found out that the hotel was $200/night last night and $900/night ...
... all wood, ink and wood are not best friends! I started with the big desk, I had to use a scourer brush to get all of the ink off. I thought that was it. Until I looked at the floor, just covered in dried ink. I swept all of the room out and with a lot of elbow grease, my trusty mop and many hours of hard work the ink came off and that room was clean to. Another tick in the box in one sense and definitely enough for one day! On Tuesday I persuaded myself I ...
... Shanghai for visa purposes only! The Wednesday boy has finally chosen an English name, after rejecting my idea of Mickey. He under no uncertain terms told me it had to be a long English name so I just google searched for his criteria. His English name, for which I must mention he is proud as punch with is.. Frederick C. Johnathan. Yep, definitely would have been a lot easier for me to learn his Chinese name. Lesson learnt for the future ...
... of the autumn season. The day is also known as the Moon Festival, as at that time of the year the moon is at its roundest and brightest. The Moon Cake is the special food of Mid-Autumn Festival. On that day, people sacrifice moon cakes to the moon as an offering and eat them for celebration. Moon cakes come in various flavours according to the region. The moon cakes are round, symbolising the reunion of a family, so it is easy to understand how the ...
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