Daxie International Hotel
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... had started to bruise quite badly. The nurse there said she needed to go to hospital, so at 1:30 we met Ashley, a medical advisor from the university who took us to the Mingzhe university hospital and acted as translator there. Georgie was on crutches and I went to help carry her bits and pieces and provide a bit of moral support. At the hospital we were sent to an area apparently called paediatrics (possibly a typo for podiatrist given why we were there) where a doctor had a look ...
... full view of everything. Having been out all afternoon on Tuesday with Meiying our Wednesday lecture was cancelled so we spent the day doing admin-y things like collecting our textbooks and generally avoiding being outside as much as possible because it was a very cold and grey day. We had a dumpling feast in the evening organised by the vis-a-vis team - first of all we made dumplings and then they were cooked for us to eat. It was a great way to meet up ...
... investigate dome of the strange things on sale. When we got back to campus we realised all the canteens would have closed so we bought some street food from the stalls outside the gate for supper. Friday was the city tour which we had signed up for when we registered. Everyone had thought it would be a trip round the city being shown some of the popular places to go, so when we pulled up outside an ancient ...
... a while to turn up, and fitting everyone's suitcases in the boot wasn't a particularly easy task but we succeeded and were soon on our way out of the airport and down the motorway towards Ningbo. We could see how smoggy it was out of the window, and there were basically houses or other buildings the whole way along the motorway. After a brief stop at a service station we got to the most interesting part of the journey from Shanghai, the Hangzhou Bay ...
We were invited out with some of the staff on Tuesday night to Laowi Town to a quiz night which was good fun. We then met Silvie, the CP at Munchner Biergarten, the German bar on Wednesday and the Italian restaurant Thursday evenings.
Ningbo is a lovely city, built on 5 rivers, so was a trading post and from the hotel room you can watch the barges go up and down the river. There are loads of fantastic bars and restaurants and it is now quite trendy.