Kempinski Hotel Wuxi
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... 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 ...
... 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
... but I convinced him he was hungry with French fries. He crashed hard in the stroller on the way home and slept soundly despite the club-like atmosphere outside our hotel window.
The next day was JP's birthday. We planned to hit one of the bigger Buddhist temples and head back to Shanghai for a special duck dinner (celebrating JP and Chad's birthday which would be the following day). The air quality index read a whopping 217, and we could definitely feel it. I wasn't ...
... with one another. We experienced something great after lunch, a two hour break. Since students are up so early and finish so late, they get a break to sleep or rest. I know that we all took advantage of this siesta. The second half of the day started with a Music class and then to History class. The last class that we participated in was art class. The teacher instructed us on how to pain Chinese flowers using water ...
... the "Venice of China" because of its canals and waterways. We spent the rest of our time wandering along the old street in Santangjie village. The street is very traditional but the shops are the usual souvenirs you'd see in Vancouver 's Chinatown. What was interesting was the large number of Chinese tourists buying this stuff. The people in Szuhou are very friendly. Many Chinese tourists like to take pictures of us and especially like having their picture taken with our ...