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... back whilst someone else did all the work but in the end he really enjoyed it and now he has practical imperialist empathy for the rickshaw drivers rather than imagined. We had a boat trip on the Grand Canal and visited another Scholar's garden within which I stick like glue to Mike for obvious reasons! We have a chat with two sweet children who were fascinated by the strange foreign couple and everyone ...
We woke up way. too. early. (this might have something to do with the cheap Chinese beer)
Our bus to Suzhou left at 8:30 and it took us less than an hour to get there.
We wandered around a garden for a while and took some pictures, but it was really hot and sticky and we all just wanted to sit down/drink water so we didn't really enjoy it as much as we should have.
We then boarded the bus and travelled to another garden ...
... be outside so much, but when Sebastian saw the enormous Buddha that greeted us at the door, it was all worth it. "Mommy, it's Buddha!" He even lifted his shirt and rubbed his belly. It was hilarious.
We climbed up a lot of pagoda stairs to get to the top and hoped for the same sweeping views offered by the Pearl Tower. However, we were met with vague views due to the severe smog that day (see photo of me and Seb with a white background, that was the top of the pagoda!). On ...
... beautiful, but hard to do. At the end of the day, we had allowed the Canadian and Chinese students to spend time talking and building relationships. The Chinese students were extremely receptive despite their fear of making mistakes while speaking English. I know that the students felt like celebrities as their students showered ours with gifts. This reaffirmed the reason for the trip and the priceless experience ...
Happy Thanksgiving everyone. No turkey dinner. Maybe a few small pieces of fatty duck. We haven't written because we've had no WiFi for the past several days. Our group is comprised of 21 people in total: 5 from the Toronto area, 2 from Port Dover ON, and 12 from various places in Alberta. Jack and I are the only Vancouverites. After two days immersed in the hustle and bustle of Shanghai we departed to a slower paced area. Wuxi and Szuhou are sister cities. They are considered ...