Great Tang Hotel
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Overall I am having a good experience in China, I couldn't ask for a better host family, I like the area (and house) I live in, I know a few people, I don't have to worry about food, I am really well looked after.
There are times though when I don't feel so good, call it boredom or isolation if you like. The other week was particularly bad, ...
... afternoon. He put us on the bullet train and said someone would be at the other end. My drugs were still working so I didn't really care who was at the other end. The train was very impressive. Travelled at 301km. We were met and delivered to our hotel and to finish on a happy note, my credit cards were found still in my handbag in my check in bag. It is fear to say I was a shattered person and Gary very relieved to not have to cancel all our ...
... br> Our final stop in China was Shanghai. To be honest we were pretty bad tourists, we enjoyed the skyline ate some good food, and didn’t do much else. All I know is if you want to go shopping for any high-end fashion items (real or fake) go to Shanghai.
Up next, Thailand! We are both excited to experience some warmer temperatures (one of us more than the other!)
Denny and Christine ...
Yet I was soon disappointed, as the show did not live up to mine or anyone else's expectations; I would of expected better from any acrobat show, but particularly one in china where acrobatics is one thing they are known for! There were elements that were good, but you were constantly waiting for that moment and the rest if the show was less then entertaining. Oh well never mind, on to the ...
... oxygen or breathing through your nose, it is a tough choice! Then the final layer of the toilet experience, even in the nice shiny western toilets in shopping centres and hotel is the 'bin’. No sewer system means no flushing toilet paper so you get a festering bin of poo lurking in the corner. I don’t think that I need to say, I will not miss the toilets in China!
Given that in normal everyday life a Chinese on a Saturday night is a lovely treat you ...