Yijia Yuetuchun Hotel
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... case. The initial episode was followed by about an hour of illness. In about an hour and a half into her rest, she got up to go to the bathroom and wanted privacy, which was very hard for us to do, so we stood in the door. She was able to go, and then a bit later to pee. Her stomach had settled.
We did not know what to do. Should we go to the hospital in this small town? Could we travel with her like this? We were scared and ...
... 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 ...
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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 ...
... reach the park by car and there are several roadways within the park. The park’s main feature is a largish reservoir (I think, man-made at any rate) that is the fishing area for several types of birds, especially egrets and herons. Apparently the best time to see the birds is about an hour before dusk. We were there too early (and after a long day of hiking, too tired to wait) to see them, but ...
... response, and everyone seemed to be enjoying the peculiarity of the conditions. The path continued north, eventually reaching a Taoist temple, where I stopped for a quick snack. From here, the path led downhill for a ways before reaching a small suspension bridge, where some young guys had the thrill of scaring their mothers by shaking it back and forth. At around 12:30, with the path descending some more, I was no longer walking in the clouds, and I once again had views ...
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