Daxie International Hotel
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... Everyday, there are people walking, running and elderly people practising Tai Chi. You can see kids playing and everywhere you go, you can hear traditional Chinese music.
The real highlight of my week was during the weekend, when we were invited to go stay for a couple of days at Barry's house in 余姚(Yuyao), which is about 50 km west of Ningbo. On Saturday afternoon, Eric, Patrick and I all made our way to the Ningbo train station and booked a ...
Will and I got a taxi out to the Zhenhai area of Ningbo to walk along the sea wall.
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Will and I got the 11am train from Nanjing to come down to Ningbo to stay with Silvie, the CP of Ningbo Xiaoshi IB School. We spent a lovely afternoon having lunch at Pizza Pino by the river, and then walking along the river to have a cocktail at the Marriott Hotel.
In the evening we went to a restaurant and wine bar to meet up with Aly and Zephyr (Silvie's lovely art and English ...
... Chinese friends, Barry, who has been really great for showing me some true Chinese experiences. For example, one night, Patrick, Eric, Barry and his friend and I all went to a restaurant that serves a wide variety of typical Chinese food. The tastes went from spicy, to salty, to sweet and sour, and we ate a whole fish (complete with the eyes and tail), frog meat, shrimp, bamboo, and a lot of rice. My favourite dish was by far the spicy frog meat.
The next weekend ...
... who've been here for a semester already and get the low down on life in Ningbo from them. On Thursday I went to Grandma's House for supper again, this time at Tianyi Square to meet up with a few of the people I'd met in Chengdu two years ago. In the end we were 7, me, Yulia (a Chengdu friend from the Ukraine spending the year in Shanghai), her friend Natali, Anita and Nancy (who are at Ningbo and had been on the organising committee in Chengdu), Molly, ...