Huasheng Jiangquan City Hotel
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... hand towel or (quite nice) embroidered laundry bag. We have now been away a week and there is an aroma developing slowly among the band folk. Many took the opportunity to get loads of clothes laundered at the hotel but the plan was foiled when the front desk informed us that we would not be getting them back on time because it had been raining...go figure. A quick call to our hosts and that nonsense was put to bed - our freshly laundered bits and pieces arrived early ...
... he asked a 5 year old boy from the audience t conduct the William Tell Overture (from letter K - sorry Adrien Raven).
Out hosts tell us that Chinese audiences love comedy, opera and ballet so a Brass Band is not on their radar at all. This explains to some extent the reserved audiences and I guess to some extent the small number of people attending (approx. 400 tonight).
Monday and Tuesday are likely to be the most challenging of ...
When you travel somewhere like China you never really know what you're going to get from day to day. In some cities there’s LOTS of English around. The shops often have their name in English as well as Chinese…menus have English translations…some retailer know enough to give you basic help. Then in other places there nothing…at all. Many of us are now adept at whipping out our phones and using translation apps to communicate – the locals ...
We are in Qufu, the birthplace, hometown, and cemetery of Confucius and his ancestors. He lived around 600 BC and promoted social harmony and family relations. He was not considered a success in his own life, and only years later after his death did the people begin to follow his teachings. Despite the Cultural Revolution, one can still see Confucius' influence in everyday life in China and other East Asian countries.
Our last day in Shanghaj :( :( and we wanted to cram in a bit more sightseeing before we bullet up to 'jing We headed off to the Jingan temple (we were going to walk there but then Wayne told us we were crazy and it was too far so we got the metro lol). Got there, got distracted by Old Navy, saw it was pretty pricey and the air was thick with incense and have up on that idea. Got a good photo of 4 lions on a stick though. Then we made the journey to ...