GreenTree Alliance Suzhou Hanshan Temple Hotel
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... stopped working during the night) to be serviced. Bill had arrived and all appeared to have been sorted. Returning to the traffic. It really is amazing! They drive on left hand side of the road and, like the USA, a right-hand turn I'd permitted on a red light if it is safe to do so. The safety aspect doesn't seem to come into the equation as we watch and our drivers negotiate round cars and bikes that seem to turn when it suits them. ...
... don't buy a green Chinese cap (with the red star) - it basically means your wife is having an affair! Doesn't stop them being sold to the tourists! It was an hour and a half drive then to our hotel in Suzhou. It was located down a narrow, crowded (aren't they all) street with lots of shops selling jade. It took a little while settling in - discovering breakfast wasn't to be supplied (a few phone calls should hopefully sort it out) - and then Greg and David ...
... to the one we went into! Am slightly perturbed as do not recognise anything and on strange street. I ask for bus stop but forget to ask for foreign people's bus stop. Set off but then realise my mistake and retrace footsteps whereupon a helpful man realises what I am looking for and sets me off to correct place. I spot our bus and whilst waiting for the others send a private prayer of thanks to my old ...
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, ...
... in the afternoon and took the 300km/hr maglev train into the city. Then we took a taxi to our hotel. We spent the remainder of the day just wandering around the neighbourhood, taking in the city a bit, and getting some food before calling it an early night. The next day we went to the Shanghai Ocean Aquarium, which is one place that in all my visits to Shanghai I had never been to. It’s a really cool place! They have these long tunnels you can walk through where the sting ...