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Trip out of Shanghai today to Suzhou about 80 km from Shanghai. 36 degrees so thankful for the coach air con. Travelled along the industrial corridor linking the two cities which was interesting in its own right. Lots of high rise apartment blocks for the workers and factories galore. All very intensive and looking efficient. Sub - text here seemingly - "Be afraid the West, be very afraid!". Certainly as ...
... some part of China (not sure which one).
We made it back to our hotel around 730 for dinner (same as always) and some of us decided to go to the ping pong facilities and play for a while.
Five of us went and played for about an hour.
Looking forward to a bit of an early night.
Thanks for reading, Mom!
Enrique Iglesias- The Ping Pong Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UqON44C LaQM
... place was pretty much shutting down well before 11. I guess I let the ancient visions of canal-side card games, glowing lanterns off the shimmering water, and old men chatting in Asian alleyways get the best of me because so many great places of the world truly come to life at night, especially hot and humid ones in the summer. This time, though, we had already seen Ping Jiang at its peak.
The next day – JP’s b-day – we were on a time frame because of ...
... class was Geography, where the teacher went over all of the main festivals celebrated in China. Although the students enjoyed this, the real joy was having the opportunity to exchange thoughts and ideas with the Chinese students. Both groups were eager to get to know each other. That was definitely a highlight for me today. Despite the cultural and language differences, the students were willing to take a risk and try ...
... must have pegged me because instead of trying to sell me the regular pearls, I was asked if I'd like to see the more rare gold pearls. They were stunning, but at prices between $700 - $1,800 (Cdn) , out of my budget. However, I did help out one of my fellow passengers negotiate the price of a lovely pearl necklace, for which she was most grateful. From there we were taken to the teapot museum for a demonstration on how teapots are made using the blue sand from Kai Lake. ...