Jinghai International Business Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... basic English so it's really useful to learn. One guy in our group is studying mandarin at university next year and has just been studying mandarin in Shanghai for 4 weeks before this tour so he has taught me some, I've also got an app on my phone which I've been using to learn in my spare time. So far I can have a (very brief) 'hello, how are you?' type of conversation, count, ask for a few basic things, ask how much things are, say thank you and goodbye. ...
... city, and could be in any big city, anywhere.
We finally made it there, and then after lots more waiting we were on the water in 2-person boats.
They start you off on the top of a smallish dam, send you off straight down the sluice, and away you go for 8km.
You are given the choice of a pair of shorts, a t-shirt, or a water pistol as part of the entry price, and nearly everyone there (about 200 boats) took the water pistols. Wow - Xmas day water fights at the ...
... At the moment it's time to harvest the corn so farmers have gathered the cobs and laid the kernals down to dry on the concrete outside their homes. It's spread flat out in huge carpets of gold - children brush the dust away every so often. Home-made wicker baskets also held glistening red chillis and green leaves drying in the sun. The first taxi driver that we met was the one we ended up enlisting for the next two days. He took us ...
On Friday, we took another wild cab ride to what they called a "canyon." It was really just a small river in a valley in the mountains. It was very beautiful, nonetheless. We had a long walk and saw a waterfall and some really great scenery. Charlotte, Sophia and I had a very good trip and a nice relaxing vacation from ...
... highway goes through the mountains and lots of tunnels. We went through the longest tunnel in China. The first day we were there we went to a cave. We went to the cave in a cab, which was about an hour drive. The mountain roads were very narrow and windy, and the drive was pretty wild. Winding up and down the mountains, honking the horn while going into blind turns and dodging trucks and mopeds was pretty ...