Hong Qiao State Guest Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... It's spring here and trees in the street are being pruned everywhere. I spotted this man up a tree, well out on a limb and I was impressed by the cones warding pedestrians away from under the tree, the safety harness and safety rope. That was until I noticed he had connected it to the power lines along the street that ran through the tree. Oh well, that China for another week.
Be in touch next week. 'Hui tou jian!'
... entire population of Australia is living in an area half the size of Sydney. On a normal day in Shanghai it feels like you are there during a festival equivalent to the Hajj at Mecca.. Fear of death by stampede occasionally enters your head along with the question where are all these people coming from. The answer is that some are tourists from outside the city but the majority are city residents working in the CBD or just out for a night on ...
... over an hour on expressways to this destination. Entry tickets to the village (Zhujiajiao) gave us entry to museums, gardens, galleries, plus a boat trip a la Venice. Even better than our 1974 day in Venice as today we enjoyed a blue sky and warm sunshine.
We wandered, explored, enjoyed a water colour exhibition of Australian and Chinese artists, avoided purchasing souvenirs, had a delightful meal upstairs alongside the river with a great view of the ...
... to purchase items. Shockingly I was able to purchase many things here without having to speak really at all! This trip has really been cheap so far. I have purchased many things and have splurged when needed, I think I have spent only $120 so far!!
They had a farewell dinner for us tonight with the Dean. We had many new dishes tonight. The Peking duck was amazing! I was thinking of my Aunt Teresa while we ...
... still traditional in the sense that I overate. There were about 18 teachers total at dinner and we ordered a ridiculous amount of food. It ended up costing each person 60 Yuan which is quite expensive in the Shiz. I decided I was going to stay true and eat till I could not possibly move anymore. It felt right.
December came real quick and we had many activities and parties to participate in. Every year EF puts on a staff party for all of ...