Nan Hu Hotel Ma'anshan
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... Sen Mausoleum on purple mountain. Sun Yat Sen was the first governor of Nanjing?? and is considered a great man. His mausoleum is up a long flight of stairs which from the bottom is meant to look like a continuous flight and from the top is meant to look like only flat platforms. I don't know if I'm just the wrong height for this illusion to work but I'm afraid I could not see it. It was very hot and ...
... dishes. Lucy asked us how much of the video we would like to see when we started 50 minutes before the end of class. The boys jokingly said 50 minutes and we then proceeded to watch it for the rest of class! It was very good but I did sort of want to learn a bit more Chinese. I have noted some dishes to try and things to expect around, particularly in Chengdu. After lunch Rosa went to the gym and I relaxed for a bit in the ...
... But it had a section of the city wall so we went up it for some pictures. We got the metro to what appeared to be a giant shopping centre. It looked brilliant and Rosa and I intend to return for perusal at a later date. On the 7th floor there were restaurants and rather than the normal not-so-nice food courts of home, there was one of the best restaurants in Nanjing! The Chinese students ordered for us, choosing some traditional local foods that we should ...
... twice a week. He has an online booking system and is approx $25 an hour (so cheap compared to home). Although I was excited to have a massage, I was a little worried about having a strange man massaging me, alone in my house, with probably no English.
Dr Zhang brought his own table and set it up in the kitchen, and he did some speak some English. It was a ‘clothes on’ massage with different techniques to what ...
... Fresh in town (popular with Westerners). Caroline showed me how to get a taxi expat style: walk into a 5 star hotel, pretend you’re staying there and have the concierge organize a taxi for you. Apparently this is also a good trick for posting mail. My driver had asked for the night off (social event) so left us at Elements Fresh. The taxi home (approx 30 min drive) cost us a total of $8! Bargain! A 10 min taxi ride from Adelaide airport cost me $22 in ...