Jill and I wandered around the port area for most of the rest of the day.
It was very relaxing, calm and beautiful.
We really miss being near water, since we are so used to it living in San Francisco and the Bay Area for much of our lives, and this was wonderful.
We just walked, for a few hours, and took pictures of the people, the sights, and the scenery.
Honestly, we couldn’t have asked for more and it was just another fantastic memory that we will have from this trip.
One of the great benefits of being hired to work in China is that we get to travel to so many places and see so many different cultures.
So far, in just over one year, we’ve been to Malaysia twice, Singapore twice, Shanghai, Xian, Tianjin, Turkey, Greece, and Mongolia. Add in all the places we’ve visited in Beijing and it has been a very eventful year to say the least considering Jill and I met only 8 days before I moved to Beijing and she had no intention of moving away from San Francisco until she met me.
I truly love ports, and the small boats, that are all over these little islands and would love to learn how to sail someday as that would give us another way to find freedom and visit places that others don’t get to very often.
I was thinking of doing that, but then was hired for my job, and that has been put on hold.
Who knows, maybe when I get back to the states, I will follow through with it and become a sailor.
Just one more thing to add to the bucket list.