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Friday 11 Sep 15 – Xiamen
Arrived in Xiamen (~Zowmin) right on time at 7am to a rather smoggy morning – but fine. Had to get moving early as we had to be ready to leave the ship for our tour of Xiamen at 7am, so breakfast was at 6am and a 5:30am wakeup. The port is about 2 hours up a river estuary and this is done at slow speed, particularly given the size of the ship.
The bus trip to arrive at our tour ...
儿童节快乐 ; / Ér tóng jié kuài lè / Happy Children's Day! (1st June). The primary section of our school had the day off which meant a long weekend for us. The week leading up to Children's Day was full of the sound of children rehearsing - singing, dancing and playing instruments, that would be shown on stage on the Friday before Children's Day in front of the whole school (several thousand students). We were also busy rehearsing, as the ...
... big things, little things and long things. Don't ask me! I haven't yet found pictures of some of them on the Internet in order to work out what we have eaten. Most have been delicious. Only one was tasteless and had the texture of rubber. We found a beautiful little beach, and so spent a while lying on the sand. Good white sand. However, Dave got ****** off with all the Chinese people staring at us. Lying on the sand isn't done here. The island is also called Piano Island due ...
... clean and beautiful city with abundant flowers and shrubbery in elaborate designs, with ancient temples, universities and beaches. It is also known as Amoy, and is the ancestral home to large communities of overseas Chinese living in Taiwan and Southeast Asia. Over the years it has been occupied by the Portuguese, British ( after the first Opium War) and Japan but has been thriving since the creation of new China. It was one of the first trading zones ...
... s big Buddah and lots of other ones on the side, I would tell you who they were but the tour leader had good but broken English which made it hard for getting the correct pronunciation!! We meandered our way through other Temples gradually climbing lots of stairs along the way. The last area to go was to s huge big rock with something to do with Buddah written on it, there was more climbing to do to get up to the top but that was as far as our tour leader went. ...