Jinling Garden Hotel Taicang
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... Japanese light beer quite nice) When the meal was over, a lot of us teachers went a place called Perry's afterwards which was like a dive bar, with cheap drinks and good music. It was a lovely evening, and a very nice way to mark the end of an amazing year with the company. ICE-SKATING (Mercedes-Benz Arena) I met another Pacican teacher called Tom recently, who is a new teacher this semester. One weekend, we decided to meet up and go ice skating at the ...
... cream to pipe all the different decorations, looked so posh yet only took her around 5 mins! - went to Golden Coffee for lunch, Laura joined us as she had just come anyway for her lunch away from school! Got Nana and Grandad's favourite cabbage dish and some chilli with shredded beef. Yummy! - 5pm was time for a meal at Mr Tangs, which was great as nana and grandad could experience a real Chinese home. Had some yummy dishes, such as duck, taro (which is like potato), turnip in ...
... and hot rice swimming in lots of water. What is that about? The flight was horrific lots of turbulence on take off and on landing. I'm pretty scared for the next flight now. Got to Shanghai at 11:30am. We found our hotel after a good walk round lots of tall buildings. The weather here was bright sunshine to all of a sudden rain. The hotel is ok. Was probably lovely in its day but now a bit tired. We are on the 12th floor. Went straight out for a ...
... swanky). The Bureau Director welcomed us and then we were entertained by local school children playing traditional instruments, singing & dancing. The kids were very happy with fish & chips and spaghetti bolognaise being available. After 5 days of Chinese dishes, the kitchen staff found it difficult to keep up with the demand for the fries! Old Orchard can be very proud of the way Edward, Yanling and Martin carried themselves today. They have been wonderful ambassadors for our ...
... a real challenge to us, in that the heat is hard to bear, the crowds are sometimes awful and the smells pretty bad. The packed schedule has not allowed us time to breathe and catch our breath, and sometimes we are not sure where we are (trying to get our bearings). I think possibly extending the time in one place would be beneficial. There are several of our group going onto Cambodia Vietnam after this, and I can't imagine how they will do this (they are not sure ...