Dijon Hotel Shanghai
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... how things are done in China. We were guests of the China team and they feel responsible for us and want to make sure we are safe and have a good time. He put us in contact with his friend and he is going to take us around the city. On one hand it is great because we are saving money but on the other, we feel like a burden. They were all quite appalled to hear Renee is letting me go to Beijing on my own and are insisting I get a guide for the last ...
... you may even get a foreign currency worth less than the yuan eg: Ruble, bottom line is you lose every time.They also like to take your initial denomination say 100 yuan they will give it back to you saying they need a smaller bill what has happened they have switched your good for bad.
Scooters etc: There are probably millions of scooters, motorcycles and bikes in China probably 80 percent of these are electric, So guess what to save power, ...
... photo of us all on the boat but I don't have it. Oh well.
There was also some sort of ancient post office and whatnot? Rather neat. Oh, and the test was actually rather easy. The teacher appeared to truly enjoy both my individual presentation and the group presentation. It was just really long. I was worried about making it to the bus to go on the trip. timing you know.
... and the rest of the day went on quietly. A cleaning lady comes from time to time to clean the ground and empty the trashcans, keeping the place clean. The beds are comfortable and the toilets and sink to wash your hands are clean which helps to make the journey easier. There is a car where you can sit down and order some food and there are also employees who push a food cart through the busy corridors of the train. I bought some food in advance ...
... quite thick (it has been like this for a few days now!). We didn't really know where to go but headed towards what we thought was the village. We were approached by William, a boy who looked 12 but reckoned he was 29! For 100 yuan he would guide us round. For the equivalent of $20 we thought this was a good idea. Zhujiajiao is like Venice with canals crossed by quaint bridges and narrow streets with vendors selling all manner of curiosities. It was extremely crowded in ...