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5th September - Tiger Hill Garden, Lingering Garden, Grand Canal Cruise, Master off the Nets Garden Breakfast was proving to be a non-event until we phoned Billy and handed the phone over to the young bloke on the desk. An unappetising meal of fried eggs, warm (powdered) milk, some slices of a sweet bread and watermelon ( and some oranges/mandarins we had brought in Shanghai), made up the meal. At the same time, Greg had asked for ...
... yet again, in search of a camera for Greg. Bill had told us it was five minutes walk down the main road. Each person they asked (Bill had written out in where we wanted to go in Chinese) kept pointing further along the street. Almost 1/2 hour later the last request pointed to the building behind us. The camera was found and a bit of bargaining was done until we discovered the Chinese use 6-digit PINs. David gave money to Greg and the deal was concluded ...
Trip out of Shanghai today to Suzhou about 80 km from Shanghai. 36 degrees so thankful for the coach air con. Travelled along the industrial corridor linking the two cities which was interesting in its own right. Lots of high rise apartment blocks for the workers and factories galore. All very intensive and looking efficient. Sub - text here seemingly - "Be afraid the West, be very afraid!". Certainly as ...
... our graduation ceremony.
It was really nice.
We showed our slideshow, gave out the certificates, and took lots of pictures.
We shared memories over watermelon and said goodbye for now.
We really have grown fond of our Chinese colleagues and are sad to bid them farewell.
We got a bus back to the hotel in the pouring rain and begun packing up our hotel rooms.
We were distracted by a mysterious alarm and ...
... through Europe. This is very true, but I didn't have Seb to worry about then!
Since the ride took longer than expected, we quickly dropped our stuff and headed for lunch with the hopes of seeing the big attraction, the Humble Ambassador's Gardens, before it closed. Finding a place with recognizable food was not always easy in Shanghai, but at least JP and Carolina knew of the places to go there. Here, we were going blind and finding lunch was no easy feat. Pictures ...