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... town and we could see that Hangzhou is prosperous and well developed, with lots of new buildings and good infrastructure. We passed some poorer areas too but they exist everywhere. At the hotel, another Banyan Tree, Mike's email of complaint about the previous two we had stayed at had produced a positive explosion of attempts to put things right. The staff are rather embarrassingly trying to do everything to please. We are rather obvious because I think we are the ...
... took a boat ride and the guy paddled the boat really fast. I have a picture to show.
We walk a lot and take the subway. There are many people in China and a lot of buildings.
We are going to Beijing to see the Great Wall of China tomorrow.
Super Sam and Matthew
... iced coffee perfect.
After lunch I decided to get some more exercise and do an abridged circuit, taking a causeway and checking out a few spots I missed yesterday.
It was adding up to another exhausting 20km walk in the heat. My backpack straps produced a rash, new boot inner soles produced blisters due to a poorly design and the fungus on my skin was having a field day in the ...
... from the vehicles and playing it when others stop and block the path. It sometime seems that people often pick the worst of places to stop.
The Dragon Hotel was perfectly located and the rooms were magnificent. Downstairs is a bakery with lots of western breads and chocolates that I need to avoid, but it also had a delicious yogurt with fruit/nuts.Turning on the TV to an interview with Kevin Rudd boasting how he setup the G20 and providing gratuitous advice to ...
... to people watch while waiting for my flight. On my first trip to China most locals were very neatly dressed with a few in Chairman Mao uniform. Now the dress is just as it would be in Australia. The Chinese may have restrictions on what they can access, but not on their ability to go online.
Some taxi advertise they have Wi-Fi, and at the airport one can get a small trolley with a tablet so people can surf and browse while waiting at the gate.While it took ...