Daxie International Hotel
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... Ping Pong (Which his mother is very good at, she beat us all in a tournament), Pool, and some card games. His father, who is very passionate about art, showed me the basics of Chinese calligraphy, because Barry had told him that I was interested in it. He also gave me a couple of brushes so I could practice on my own. All together, we made 饺子(Jiao zi, Chinese dumplings usually made by the whole family near Chinese New Year) and had the pleasure of ...
Will and I got a taxi out to the Zhenhai area of Ningbo to walk along the sea wall.
We went into the park and walked up the mountain (hundreds of steps!) to find pagodas and temples and then walked all along the sea wall (which is actually not by the sea!) It was ...
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 ...
... s birthday, so Eric and Barry surprised him at a KTV, which is a very popular place in China where you can rent rooms to do Karaoke. There was cake and snacks and we just sang songs in Chinese and English all night long. This night was definitely some of the most fun I had since I arrived in China, and I'm looking forward to spending more time with Barry and the gang
Many more great experiences are surely in store for me and I look forward to sharing them.
... 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, ...