BEST WESTERN Jianghua Hotel Ningbo
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... Just an incredible task. They have over 2000 done with thousands more to go . . . Some are missing pieces here and there. Others seem pretty much whole!
We toured four buildings. The first one was the most amazing! Rows and rows of these figures standing at attention! You could see the pits - some full of figures. Others waiting for restoration. The ones containing pieces of heads and bodies and shards of ...
... Everyday, there are people walking, running and elderly people practising Tai Chi. You can see kids playing and everywhere you go, you can hear traditional Chinese music.
The real highlight of my week was during the weekend, when we were invited to go stay for a couple of days at Barry's house in 余姚(Yuyao), which is about 50 km west of Ningbo. On Saturday afternoon, Eric, Patrick and I all made our way to the Ningbo train station and booked a ...
Will and I got a taxi out to the Zhenhai area of Ningbo to walk along the sea wall.
We went into the park and walked up the mountain (hundreds of steps!) to find pagodas and temples and then walked all along the sea wall (which is actually not by the sea!) It was ...
... Carmel, James and Emily (Economics, Business, English and English teachers) from Ningbo Zhenhai A Level centre plus John and a couple of Lithuanian female friends of theirs. We went to the Eudora Bar and then onto C for dancing. These were in Laouwai Town, which is the really buzzy area in Ningbo where there are lots of clubs and bars. We had a lovely evening, lots of fun, and good company.
... Chinese friends, Barry, who has been really great for showing me some true Chinese experiences. For example, one night, Patrick, Eric, Barry and his friend and I all went to a restaurant that serves a wide variety of typical Chinese food. The tastes went from spicy, to salty, to sweet and sour, and we ate a whole fish (complete with the eyes and tail), frog meat, shrimp, bamboo, and a lot of rice. My favourite dish was by far the spicy frog meat.
The next weekend ...