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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.
... still in Hubei province. We finish the tour at 6 pm and after refueling we continue to Ruichang at Jiang Xi province that is about 150 km away. We have a dinner before checking in a very nice hotel called Lisan Garden Hotel. It has been a very long day.
... carved out of a crevice! Finally, we got to
the top and there in front of us was the BIGGEST, GOLDEST BUDDHA IN THE
WORLD!!!! In every little nook and cranny were small Buddha statues. The cave
was all lit with candles and it just sparkled. I said a Buddha prayer – my new
mantra (or old on revised) Health – Happiness – Here! You might think I am
exaggerating, but Brian was totally impressed and he has been to China like a
... will go so we will have down time with them. Always a great thing when we learn more about the culture and build some bridges. I LOVE my teaching assistants, both here and in America...thanks ladies:) All 18 of us piled onto the bus...kind of like a giant VW. There are two seats on the left and INE on the right and then the middle seat folds down...can of sardines. Annie didn't want to sit up front so I said, 'I will!!' Momma didn't raise a SA! We were trying ...
... for so long. We kept trying to make it there, but for some reason never got there when the weather was still good. Luckily, though, the day we went had pretty great weather for the end of January.
I'll let the pictures tell the story here, as I don't have much else to ...