Citadines Xinghai Suzhou
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... fine silk embroidery. You could not tell that the 'paintings' were embroidered until you were up close as they looked like water colours. We had dinner in the Western quarter at a restaurant called the Blue Frog. Matthew very happily ate a chicken fajita and I ate a $20 Australian Angus burger with a Hoegarten ...
Rain this morning for the first time during our trip! We drove to the Pearl School in heavy traffic, but managed to get to the school on time today. The day began with school radio - a great idea that Ms Fraser and I are keen to see happening at CPS! We went back to our home rooms for more lessons in Chinese and English, and we were greeted as old friends by children and teachers alike. Ms McLennan's class ...
Off to the bilingual school today! Unfortunately our bus driver got lost in the maze of construction sites around the school so we were quite late and missed the special assembly that had been planned for us. We received a warm welcome nonetheless from Principal Zhou, staff and some students. Ms Fraser and I were presented with some beautiful traditional watercolours, and we then presented the CPS rainbow serpent painting and book ...
... to gaze at or avoid. We were given special instructions for the walk back to our hotel and after a game of hacky sack in a park, we managed to get 'Home' with only a slight diversion and helpful instructions from two teenage girls and a rickshaw driver. Our school adventures continue tomorrow at the Bilingual School - we hope our gifts hold out! We have already received more than we have given. This is a very generous ...
... place to live. After touring several of the rooms and admiring the gardens we caught a rickshaw for an extensive tour of the city. It was freezing and rain started to pelt us. We were thoroughly soaked when we arrived in old town. Old town looked like a place one could spend hours exploring the silk shops and sampling the street food cuisine. Traditional buildings lined the streets and canals cut through ...