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Travel Blogs from Kunshan
... back whilst someone else did all the work but in the end he really enjoyed it and now he has practical imperialist empathy for the rickshaw drivers rather than imagined. We had a boat trip on the Grand Canal and visited another Scholar's garden within which I stick like glue to Mike for obvious reasons! We have a chat with two sweet children who were fascinated by the strange foreign couple and everyone ...
... our graduation ceremony.
It was really nice.
We showed our slideshow, gave out the certificates, and took lots of pictures.
We shared memories over watermelon and said goodbye for now.
We really have grown fond of our Chinese colleagues and are sad to bid them farewell.
We got a bus back to the hotel in the pouring rain and begun packing up our hotel rooms.
We were distracted by a mysterious alarm and ...
... the tuk tuk ride back to the hotel. He woke up briefly to discover we were on the back of a bicycle, took it in for a minute, and fell back asleep. It was time for Wu to pick us up and head back to Shanghai for our special duck birthday dinner.
Suzhou is a "smaller" city with a traditional water town located about an hour outside of Shanghai. Of all the places we have planned or are considering to visit, this might be the one I was most looking forward ...
... go to the fancy dinner we had been invited to by Mrs. Wong (our principal at the school).
Our ride picked us up at 5 to take us to a hotel in downtown Kunshan for our meal.
It was truly a beautiful hotel and the dining room was stunning.
The food was the best I've had since arriving in China and the whole experience of the meal was great.
Our hosts kept coming around to ...
... it from scratch twenty years ago there was nothing there and nothing around it - it was all fam land. Now Jiading is home to 5 million people.
All in all Shanghai itself has an estimated 30 000 000 people. From a small fishing village to now has been a remarkable transition in the period of about 100 - 120 years.
After our tour of the school we all headed off to town, catching the bus and then on foot. Plenty of shops and numerous parks which we ...