Grand Hotel Nanjing
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... to leave young Robert and Lyn at the restaurant, while I walked back up the hill the younger boys to raid their piggy banks. The young cook said he would come with us, but we assured him, in sign language, that Lyn and Robert were staying. When I returned with the extra cash, everyone was relieved. We returned up the hill to our apartment and the restaurant staff have a story that they are probably still laughing about with their friends. ...
... We had a three room apartment ( two apartments with an adjoining doorway). The rooms were really spacious, and the furniture was very comfortable. It was quite western in style, except for the mattresses, which were very hard - but surprisingly comfortable. Robes were hanging in wardrobes for each of us, and there were little slippers in the cupboard. Ed thought the slippers were two sizes too big. ...
I new I'd always be a star, and today as we walked through China it became clear. I was born to be popular. We were walking around the Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum, sight seeing. We had just walked under a cool looking gate when a Chinese gangster, no I mean an ordinary man tapped me on the shoulder, put his arm around my neck and started choking, no he just put his arm around me and got a lady to take a photo of him and I. In mandarin he thanked me and disappeared into the crowd. I rejoined ...
... the proud wearer of a hair cut that could easily get me elected as a Korean dictator. After this experiment in inter-cultural communication, Ed and Zac and I went and bought some fresh water bottles to take back to our Hotel. The lady at the counter thought the boys were twins. We don't know the word for twins, but we have learned the sign language. This part of the adventure only took an hour, but the memories will last - at least until the next ...
At first we thought it was fog but as we stepped out into the grey abyss and took our first breathes of the thick smoke they call air we knew what it was. If you were to try and picture the smell of china find your closest ash tray and rub the contents up your nostrils, then try and breath through your nose without suffocating. Hard, isn't it. ...
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