Yangyang Vivasha Resort Hotel
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... with great restaurants, though. No Panda Express food courts here. We settled into a booth at one of the Chinese restaurants (yes, there were other options like Thai, Vietnamese, Japanese, etc.), we ordered Tsing Tao ping-da (cold beer, sp?), and pointed to a bunch of pictures on the menu we wanted to try – Chinese winter melon, stewed bullfrog, garlic scallops, and others. It was time for bed after a couple of beers at the microbrewery downstairs.
It gets light ...
... and the downs and it is difficult to leave China. Actually I never expected to like the country so much and I remember that a friend of mine, Elodie, was planning to go to Shanghai and I said at that time to her: "Why do you want to go to Shanghai?" After my first trip with my brother to Asia including Hong Kong and the following business trip to Shanghai I completely changed my view on this. At that time I already knew that I would come back to live here for a certain ...
... another part of the world that has interested me so much. I am not saying that I will never come back to Asia but it will be a place I will want to revisit later on. I hope to dedicate a lot of my time to learning a new language and learning more about myself. I will continue to teach part time and go back to school. I am certain that this next chapter will provide as much excitement as the last and hopefully a lot less hospital ...
... At a steady 300 km/h, we made it in just under 5 hours. It was an incredibly smooth ride. A bit of a challenge to watch the scenery at that speed but an enjoyable ride nonetheless. Lunch was an Asian-style of TV dinners, which Malia and I both enjoyed. Del stuck with granola bars and nuts.
After getting settled in at our Beijing Hotel, we went next door to the Xiu Lan restaurant, ...
... station, which was huge and I'm sure the building had been reworked to accommodate the flow of people. We took the line to another station and got on line 9, which takes us right down the block from our house. What an adventure!
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday were just more days to do nothing. Scott and I did try a few new recipes, like pad thai and little pizza on rolls. Both need a little adjusting, but with time they'll be great. Thursday we had our "rice ...