Metropolis Forest Hotel
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... and continued on our walk before driving back to the hotel.
Back to the hotel for a short rest then eight of us went into town by taxi. Lots of buildings with decorative lighting, lots of neon lighting and massive televisions on the sides of buildings. We went into a large shopping complex, similar to large complexes at home but more modern and quirky displays. The only night I didn't have my camera on me.
... a nearby hill. As we felt our usual fatigue from an overnight train, Danielle was still full of cold and the whole thing cost 50 yuan per person, we decided to pass on this activity and instead try out our new fake Bose speaker by watching a movie in our dorm room. In the end we settled for an old classic – My Big Fat Greek Wedding – which was a nice reminder that a good movie does not have to feature famous names or big budgets and ...
Went to a village at Wuzhen in Hangzhou ( population of 8 million people). Our tour included a stop at a Batik workshop where you watched the creation of a batik design. China has learned quickly from U.S. Marketing. After the tour you exit into a gift shop! Having ...
... beauty and the fascination with elaborate, modified and constricted nature: pears grown with the shape of a Buddha face, fruit that looked like apple and tasted like pear, contorted and moulded bonsais, big fish in small bowls. In Hangzhou the beauty of the lake and the green hills coexist closely to the huge city with it's pollution, tower blocks and noisy, beeping traffic jams. China is complicated and fascinating; a clash of different aims ...
Our final day in 'mainland China'. A slower pace today. We started with a guided tour of the Wensli Silk Company who also own Mark Rozier (Paris fashion icon). The tour was mostly about the history of silk in China as well as the different uses. The Vaughan's thought we were seeing a factory floor in action but this turned out not to be the case. Lost in translation. The artwork created using silk was just beautiful. ...