Jinji Lake Grand Hotel
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From the first day we heard about family stay, we were all so nervous and scared, we just thought what have we got ourselves into! From the first day we arrived we had this warm feeling that took all that negative thoughts we had away. I was so socked of how sweet, kind and generous Chinese people were, wish all Australian people were like this! *Face with tears of joy*
When it got to the last day, ...
... in a lane to allow passengers to get in or out. Speed limit for passenger cars is around 100kph. Certain vehicles are not allowed on the highways during peak periods and the cameras seemed to be flashing constantly as we drive along. We headed off to the Tiger Hill Garden. There was quite a deal of walking here with Billy slotting in a number of stops so we could have a break and he gave us a lot of the history of the area. Lots of photos taken (by and OF us) during the day - ...
... of the stall came over and pointed out the Phone wouldn't work in Australia and we'd have to get a different one. Too much confusion at the end of a long, hot, humid day, so David received his money back and we plodded back to the hotel. After a shower and a rest, we wandered down to the hotel's restaurant for another pleasant meal - made more fun by trying to defeat the language barrier (with the help of another woman of unknown nationality who spoke some ...
... Su Laoshi for teaching me bus stop! Mike relieved to find me safely with the bus but heartbroken that the ice cold Diet Coke he had managed to procure for me from the cafe I couldn't find had succumbed to the 36 degree heat. Have asked Mike not to lose me again! Government silk factor interesting but not as good as the rickshaw ride through the old streets. Mike a bit wary and feeling guilty ...
Bonsai garden - Baby trees.
About instrument - Go play it.
Getting late on Ping Jiang - Go to hotel. Go to sleep.
Entering pagoda - Buddha, mommy! Buddha has belly.
Climbing pagoda - Go up, up, up.
About tuk tuk - Go on bike.
We all hopped in Wu's van for what was supposed to be an hour excursion to Suzhou, "The Venice of China". With local traffic and what appeared to be GPS failure, it was more like 3 ...