Nanlin Hotel Suzhou
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We met our friend Jason at 9 AM and headed for the city of Suzhou also known as the Venice of the East. It is a city of canals and small boats. We visited the Humble Administrator's Gardens, which you can probably guess were in no way, shape, or form humble. Suzhou is known for its silk making and we saw some ...
Rain this morning for the first time during our trip! We drove to the Pearl School in heavy traffic, but managed to get to the school on time today. The day began with school radio - a great idea that Ms Fraser and I are keen to see happening at CPS! We went back to our home rooms for more lessons in Chinese and English, and we were greeted as old friends by children and teachers alike. Ms McLennan's class ...
Off to the bilingual school today! Unfortunately our bus driver got lost in the maze of construction sites around the school so we were quite late and missed the special assembly that had been planned for us. We received a warm welcome nonetheless from Principal Zhou, staff and some students. Ms Fraser and I were presented with some beautiful traditional watercolours, and we then presented the CPS rainbow serpent painting and book ...
... see see how quickly they fit in socially with their class, and also incredible to hear them begin to speak Mandarin! They joined in the mass exercise in formation and enjoyed a boxed Chinese school lunch. The school day ended all too soon and we arranged for the bus driver to drop us off at the famous historic Shantung Street. The traditional shops lined the canal and there were many tempting souvenirs, cute animals and ...
... which is around $30 Aus. First off we got some cheeses garlic bread, with some kind of mushroom dipping sauce. Next course was a chicken and lettuce salad, then strong cream and mushroom soup, (beautiful) Then for main I got the tasty thick steak with a mushroom sauce. It was cooked to perfection and came with a little potato stack and a stem of broccoli. After the main we were given a pallet cleanser it was a fruit sorbet, tasted amazing. For dessert ...