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Today was our formal introduction to the school at their flag raising assembly. Mrs Ghu was somewhat frustrated as the sound system kept cutting in and out. It was reassuring to know that this doesn't just happen at OOPS! 1400 students were lined up on the athletics track - all peering at us with great interest. Edward, Yanling , Martin & …
Our first stop was a visit to the museum of 'notable persons'. With a history spanning hundreds and hundreds of years, I guess it is reasonable to assume Taicang has some locals to celebrate. Amongst them writers, artists, diplomats & scientists. From memory there were two Nobel prize winners. The second museum was one of historical importance …
Woke to what could almost be described as blue skies and sunshine. Taicang obviously far enough away from the city of Shanghai to have less smog. The gardens surrounding our hotel are beautiful, very peaceful. Hoping we have enough time to enjoy them. No.4 school has planned our 4 days with great precision and I'm not too sure we will have much ' …
... his bag, and mine, only to discover it safely tucked under my arm!! I lost the room key card at each hotel. It was getting those damn tissues out all the time! We would check passports a hundred times (not lost yet). Blonde moments (too many) I have managed to mix up the name of two of the fellows travelling with us. One is six feet tall and one is around four feet tall. This has caused must jocularity amongst everyone, and the two lovely gentlemen in question ...
... to the ride. But at an expensive 5RMB (50p) we decided to pass. I mean, we had all been on log flumes before. How wet do you really get?
The second clue should have been in the fact that all the other people on the ride were wearing these plastic ponchos. All the Chinese people, who presumably had been on the ride before or were familiar with the power of the Chinese log flume.
In order to minimise our potential of getting wet, we opted to sit at ...