Orange Hotel (Ningbo Yuehu)
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... By the end of the day, we had been up for close to 19 hours! J and D had some trouble staying awake at the show . . . :-(
On the bus trip to our hotel, Lucy, our local guide filled us in on the history of her city. Xian was the capital of China for many years . . It is loaded with high rise buildings! Some different from our hometown of Smithfield! :-). One interesting bit of trivia Lucy shared with us - along the ...
... Everyday, there are people walking, running and elderly people practising Tai Chi. You can see kids playing and everywhere you go, you can hear traditional Chinese music.
The real highlight of my week was during the weekend, when we were invited to go stay for a couple of days at Barry's house in 余姚(Yuyao), which is about 50 km west of Ningbo. On Saturday afternoon, Eric, Patrick and I all made our way to the Ningbo train station and booked a ...
... day, really warm and sunny.
We got back and had a lovely evening with Silvie at home as she had cooked a lovely Morroccan curry and couscous.
Very relaxing weekend!
We are both in Ningbo for the rest of the week visiting all three of our centres.
... Carmel, James and Emily (Economics, Business, English and English teachers) from Ningbo Zhenhai A Level centre plus John and a couple of Lithuanian female friends of theirs. We went to the Eudora Bar and then onto C for dancing. These were in Laouwai Town, which is the really buzzy area in Ningbo where there are lots of clubs and bars. We had a lovely evening, lots of fun, and good company.
In my first couple of weeks of being in China, I have met a great variety of people from all over the world. Upon my arrival at the airport, I was met by my new roommate, Patrick, and his Nepalese friend, Eric, who has been living in Ningbo for seven years now. Then, we met up with Charlie, who is from France and went off to a bar where a party was being held. There I met many Americans, Brits, Germans, Swedes, and of course, Chinese locals. It was a great way to be ...