Parkview Dingshan Hotel
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... It's a nice walk through a leafy area with sports courts and shops around. We arrived to a basic looking building considering how advanced the uni is however it was cooling to have the classroom doors open into the courtyard. The surrounding buildings were similarly plain. The class was interesting, we had an introduction to China and the university. We then had a 45 minute break during which Aimee, Rosa and I sat outside on the steps enjoying the warmth and ...
... removed itself from my stomach in a violent fashion much to my discomfort! I felt much better afterwards though and brushed my teeth. I was very disappointed that it did not agree with me as it has been rare for me to be unwell from food on my travels. I skyped Ally for a little while before bed and heard all about his vending escapades. Still exhausted thought bid him goodnight and crashed straight out. (I should mention that Ruaridh had 2 kebab burritos without egg and he is totally ...
... And then I went to buy some peach ice tea but my pictures of fruit let me down and I mistook a pear for a peach...so I'm not so fond of this juice but what can I say at 40p for a litre! Rosa and I bought two 1.5l bottles of water which also came to a grand total of 40p and with my 3 skewers totalling 70p I can sense that China will not break the bank too much. The group all headed back to our digs to crash out after another long day, especially for those just off of their ...
... statue in the inner courtyard. The monks
were at prayer and their chanting was riniging out across the temple. I
find these places so restful.
were in Shanghai last weekend for the final Centre Principal Conference
of the year. We have three a year in different centres around China
and it is a time for all the 33 Centre Principals and the AQMs to get
together to hear about new initiatives, future plans and generally have ...
... the photo of the map, the venue is large, but as it was such a hot day and everyone was melting, we only walked around half of it.
Our next stop was the Jiangning Imperial Silk Manufacturing Museum in town. I’d read that there was a Hans Christian Anderson’s costume exhibit on, and was keen to see it. This museum was very modern and impressive (and not yet seen by Caroline!). The grounds were beautiful as were the silks on display (clothes ...