Shuyuan Family Farmhouse (Lingang New Town)
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... low rise almost townhouses at one point, then back to the incredibly tall incredibly close high rises. this is the Yangtze delta - the Yangtze is some 80 miles wide as it empties into the ocean, so lots of bridges. Somewhat drizzly.
Suzhou is known to the Chinese as the Venice of China, as it is built on a series of canals, partly based on the Yangtze delta. It is also known as the garden city as there are many gardens that were private gardens ...
... we had paid for all our tickets some 8 months ago).
I next asked him how could we get on the plane and he shrugged his shoulders and said go and talk to the South China airline desk. Unfortunately they were closed and only had a life size cardboard cutout for an attendant so that proved useless. He then suggested we go and find a travel agent in the airport as the only way we could get to China was to purchase ...
sleepless journey filled with as many cliches as a rom-com (the obese snorer in
the seat next to you, the screaming child who keeps poking your seat...) I
finally arrived in a, very clean, Shanghai airport. Momentarily perturbed by
the numerous guards in Soviet-style uniforms, I soon felt my adventurous spirit
replenished at the baggage collection with the sight of my large and slightly
worn rucksack making its way around ...
... pretty sure I won’t be able to learn that many names, which is a shame L At least I should be able to get to know the personalities of my English Corner and English Salon students.
The things I have to teach come roughly under four topics; dialogue, reading, writing and proverbs; and I will also need to teach them a few songs.
Dress code is smart, and not revealing (no shoulders/knees/chest on show); so I ...
... constant noise of talking and music.
So it’s fair to say I didn’t arrive in Nanjing in the best of moods. Now I have to give Nanjing some credit it is a very charming and beautiful city. By China’s standards it’s of a reasonable scale to both navigate and cope with. Our first, sleep deprived, day was used to visit Purple Mountain. This consisted of visiting the Sun Yat-sen mausoleum (it has a lot of steps) and a Ming ...