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Travel Blogs from Changshu
... so they often are involved in precision work.
Tonight i treated myself to what I love to have in China. A foot massage! Nothing takes the aches of 4 kilometres trudging through a shipyard than an 80-minute massage for under $15.
TOMORROW: I head to Shanghai for a rest day.
CHINA OBSERVATION: Cell phones in China must have very poor connections as everyone using them yells at the person at the other end of the line!
... Su Laoshi for teaching me bus stop! Mike relieved to find me safely with the bus but heartbroken that the ice cold Diet Coke he had managed to procure for me from the cafe I couldn't find had succumbed to the 36 degree heat. Have asked Mike not to lose me again! Government silk factor interesting but not as good as the rickshaw ride through the old streets. Mike a bit wary and feeling guilty ...
One Day More.
This is what we woke up singing and continued singing on the bus to school.
Knowing that we were doing no work today, we were excited to spend one last day with our students.
The first part of the morning was spent with a draw to give away all the resources that we have used over the last 3 weeks.
Then our classes joined together to watch "The Emperor's New Groove" which they thoroughly enjoyed.
After lunch, ...
... on the event and it was more impressive than we could have imagined.
They had an English band, lots of stuff to eat, and a beautiful venue.
Before the certificates were distributed, they had a beautiful sand painting demonstration.
It was a great night.
Our bus stopped at McDonalds on the way home to the hotel and we had an early night.
Looking forward to our last day tomorrow.
Two days until Beijing!
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... over stimulating with smells of food, sounds of vendors selling kids toys, street performers, and constant people watching in the crowded street.
Sebastian absolutely adores music, and when we saw a man playing what looked like a violin that's played like a harp with a bow, he wanted to play. The man was very gentle with showing him how to play and even let him do it on his own. This is a memory I will never forget.
We took the equivalent of a gondola ride down ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking