Holiday Inn Thousand Island Lake
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... them at the end of the line!
The trains also run on time, always, the train stations are like airports where you wait in a large lounge area before being allowed onto the platform to board the train, and the train leaves exactly when it is meant to and arrives exactly when it is meant to also, incredible.
Enough of me being a geek and back to Hangzou, it’s a beautiful place which we thought ...
... when the check-in guy let our bags through - one was just over 30kgs, and the carry-on was near 15. The limits for each are 23 and 10. We weren't complaining though! After a two hour flight, we were back home in Nanyang. I can never understand why it takes 90 mins to fly one way, and 2 hours to fly the other way? Same distance. A great week, with plenty of variation, quite tiring at times, good weather mostly - though it is definitely getting colder, and great to see Ana ...
Our side trip to Qiandao Lake was, to quote Kevin, "the lamest." The four of us attempted to take full advantage of Kevin's weekend and ventured two hours south of Hangzhou to hang at what the locals refer to as Thousand Island Lake. Not quite the "Lake Powell, Spring break, 1999" trip we all were expecting. The first thing that became apparent was that in fact the lake is a hotbed for Chinese tourists and is filled ...
... the lake from the city park the towns people were enjoying the end of a nice warm day. I can see why Ray loves his hometown, I liked the place more than any other Chinese city I have seen to this point. We stayed up late outside his apartment while the neighbors were getting more than an eye full of the only white guy for miles around. We shot the breeze with one of Ray's' many female ...
... br> 210. You phone an English-speaking laowai friend and somehow can’t bring yourself to get to the point for the first 3 minutes of the conversation.
211. You stop enjoying telling newcomers to China “all about China”.
212. You think “English major” is a polite way to say peanut brained bimbo.
213. You are not surprised to wake up in the morning and find that the woman who stayed over last night ...