Travelling from Kelamayi (Karamay), Enjoying Natural Toilet Break, then Checking into Mystic Lake Grand Hotel located in Burqin on Bank of Ertish (E Er Qi Si) River – West Altay (Aletai), Xinjiang – Silk Road of China
After an amazing exploration of beautiful GHOST CITY (also Known as WIND CITY) located at Nothwest Edge of Zhungharian Basin in Northeast City of Kelamayi (Karamay), our Tour Coach has now stopped at a Tollgate along Silk Road of China :
Actually we’ve just driven past the above Tower that reads “World’s GHOST CITY Welcomes You” (written in Chinese)!! Yea, we were indeed met with a most Welcome treat first thing coming into Kelamayi (Karamay) from Kuitun this morning!
Bet this above particular ground where its huge lovely bunch of Bushes are especially healthy & beautiful looking cos it must have been a most regular Natural Toilet (Pee Pee ground!!) for many visitors travelling along this long deserted stretch of Silk Road of China huh ahahahaaa!!!!!
Well, when we’ve got to pee, we’ve got to pee huh!! And OF COURSE hahahah & we all ENJOYED IT sososoo much – What a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity especially for adventurous Me hahahahaaa!!!!
Now, let us enjoy my following Slideshow containing my other pics taken of our Road Trip from Kelamayi (Karamay) here to Burqin :
Hmmm this above CATS Pyjamas’s my favourite sleeping wear which I bought at Queen Victoria’s Market in Melbourne, Victoria – Australia, many yrs ago during one of my several favourite Shopping Trips back there!!
Haaaa now I really miss shopping!!!! Hey how wonderful cos there’s a Souvenirs Shop just down below at the Mystic Lake Grand Hotel’s Lobby heheheee!!!
Now, I almost forgot that it was China’s National Day yesterday – as shown in Chinese wordings “Huan Yi Gou Qing” meaning “Welcome National Day” here at the Hotel’s Reception Counter.
Ha I just love this HUGE JADE Chinese Cabbage (with Chinese character “Chai” meaning “Wealth”) sitting right in the middle of the Hotel’s beautiful grand Lobby!!
The Chinese Cabbage, known as “Pak Choi” or “Pak Choy” (in Cantonese), literally means “100 Types of Prosperity Luck”, & such a display signifies & brings Great Luck & Great Wealth multiplying in Power to the Hotel!!!
Below’s another Slideshow containing more pics of the beautiful Mystic Lake Grand Hotel :
Haha the more I look at the above Chinese Cabbage, the more I’m begining to feel hungry now heheheee…………
Oh we’re having Wushu Beer again!! Wushu Beer is light, cool & nice especially for hot weather here. I don’t normally like or drink Beer at all, except quite liking Victoria Bitter (hahahah guess cos I LOVE Australia sososo much huh?!?!!!), & now sometimes I’ll enjoy a small half-glass or two of Wushu Beer when I’m feeling too much heat while travelling here along the Silk Road of China!!!
What a most yummilicious Dinner we’ve just had here at Mystic Lake Grand Hotel. And I especially love its many gorgeous Chandeliers!!
Hmmm & what a beautiful name to the Hotel too, & its Chef’s cooked cuisines are also so well prepared & so delicious – especially the last Mian Sian in Soup, which tastes exactly just like Singapore style home-cooked Mee Sua that I adore so much which Mom always make for me back home!!!
Hmm I’m one really very happy gal right now after dinner!!! But haaa I’m already missing my Mommy dearest now (