Golden Jade Sunshine Hotel
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... over $100 each way. The car we were in was a Buick people mover and very comfortable. It was interesting to see that even though we travelled three hours there were villages all the way. No open countryside. We went past the biggest lake in China. The name is ..............just google it if your interested. I have managed to miss the next experience up til now but at the factory I had to use a hole in the floor. Now this old girl doesn't squat too well ...
... and noodles! Trying to get noodles out of the soup with my chopsticks drew some laughs! Good experience and it never fails to surprise me when I see a woman just spit a load of crayfish shell out on her plate. Caught the metro back to the hostel and then after saying good bye to stone I left in a taxi for Shanghai train station. Driving through Shanghai at night with the streets illuminated with neon and the manic driving is a good ...
... is more than a few time a week anyway. Tennis with the same sporting colleague was in full swing when the weather was warmer as well, but that is definitely on hold until winter blows away. I have also given rock climbing a break due to golfers elbow in my leg arm. I mean what the ****? I haven't played golf for years. So I am not sure what the cause is, but whatever it was it grabbed hold at the beginning of the summer. Between icing and stretching the ...
... Following an unbelievably determined effort to track us down, Anne contacted us some years ago after reading our travelogue on our journey along the China Silk Road routes of far western China (Travelogue publication "Painted Faces of the Old Silk Road"), and has maintained contact ever since. A keen and experienced traveller, our rather eccentric friend Anne was born in China in the late 1930's, living there with her Australian parents until the beginning of ...