Suzhou Shuitiantang Hotel
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... of the famous gardens of Suzhou. A number of interesting buildings surrounding a large pond. The names given to the buildings in various places are interesting - the Beauty Within Reach Tower, The Five Peaks Library (named after the rock formation displayed near it), The Moon Comes With The Breeze Pavilion and so on. Some of them are obvious to us, others need a LONG explanation. Greg and David set off to look for the iPhone again. ...
... tour of the water town was very interesting - a Chinese version of Venice (complete with 'gondolas'). There are lots of narrow alleyways (with a souvenir shop or eatery in every available space). Billy gave explanations of the uses of various rooms in the residence we visited. He also gave selections and did a great job of ordering lunch for us. We had a bit of a free time to wander around before heading off to Suzhou. Before we did, he offered the free ...
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 ...
One Day More.
This is what we woke up singing and continued singing on the bus to school.
Knowing that we were doing no work today, we were excited to spend one last day with our students.
The first part of the morning was spent with a draw to give away all the resources that we have used over the last 3 weeks.
Then our classes joined together to watch "The Emperor's New Groove" which they thoroughly enjoyed.
After lunch, ...
... shops and restaurants. We ate lunch there, sat in the park, and just walked around taking photos. We walked to Xintiandi, a posh neighbourhood of Shanghai where Chinese and foreign tourists like to shop and eat Western style meals. We had dinner there too; it was pricy but tasty. Two days in Shanghai was enough for Tammy, so Saturday we took a two-hour bus ride to Suzhou, our next destination. Suzhou is a city renowned for it’s beautiful gardens and it’s a place I ...