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Travel Blogs from Zhuji
... and possibly a couple of Qiong's friends will fill our days/evenings. We are booked into the Ladoll Hotel for five nights.
We had been told we would like Hangzhou and true enough, it really is a 'garden city'. We have been based in West Hangzhou in suburbia really, where the streets are quiet once everyone is at work. To have an apartment to ourselves has been a bonus (reminded us of Jena, Germany, where Marcus moved out of his place for us) and we have enjoyed a few slower days.
... of which is our wave tape( Remfold ). I certainly wouldn't like to re-thread this machine if the thread broke, hundreds if clear threads on this machine. Next was where metal rods and finials are produced, this place was massive with lots of workers having their tea break at 4.30pm re starting work at 5pm till 8.30pm on Saturday night!! We left there and then went to a Resin factory, after driving for a while, had a ...
... state”, as I try to uncarve myself as much as possible.
Many farm villages near the urban areas in China look like something out of a bad Disney movie mixed with glass and steel office buildings from the 1970s. Most houses have tall fortified walls and gates around them (a throwback from when warlords sacked these areas less than 100 years ago). Each walled house is more like a small castle or compound where ...
... the lovely Head of English.
On St Patrick's Day we went just down the road to The Vineyard (recommended by John Larner whom we met by coincidence in the streetand had a cheese burger and a pint of cocktail!
We went out for a lovely meal on Wednesday with Amanda, her husband Neil and Nigel, the head of Science to Grandma's Home where we had a lovely Chinese ...
... needed. So besides snacking (sorry this one is full
of side-notes: Chinese are absolutely obsessed with snacks. All of expats love
talking about this- besides their strange obsession with chicken feet, packaged
meats, and bedazzled ****…I swear they must think they are going to starve on
every venture! Every place you go you are SURE to note that every Chinese
person is carting a bag full of snacks (again their thinness is a mystery!) but
so they ...