Shangyu International Hotel
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... the little crash landing we made returning home after a brutal 'Long Island Ice Tea' night. Trying to get a scooter to do what you want in the rain, under the influence of ethanol laced with coke and Bacardi , takes skill and stupidity. However, nothing broken, except the old ladies asbestos flower pot and a plastic chain cover on the scooter. We made it out with a few scrapes and our dignity semi in tact. " That old ***** is bringing people ...
... have placed me on an humanitarian visa, making it impossible to renew. I have subsequent found out that one of the management staff has a spouse working for the PSB. Now I have to go through the uncertainty of applying for a visa in Hong Kong and spending more of my own money on the off chance that I may or may not get a visa. These actions on Aston's part, are going to be the reason I am going to loose my current job and possibly force me to go back to South Africa to apply ...
... whatever it is they are eating. Sweet, but not exactly hygienic.
The little kids get SO excited to see a foreigner. They have seen one before, but not often enough that it isn't still exciting, especially at the primary schools and kindergartens.
Everywhere I go, people tell me that I am beautiful (I am tall and pale). It is a rather odd thing to have random strangers tell you that you are beautiful ...
... was a poet who met his wife in the Shen Garden. They fell in love and were married but were unable to have children so Lu You's mother made them divorce. Both of them remarried but were very unhappy. They happened to meet again in Shen Garden where he was inspired to write a poem about his love for her. She was so overcome by her grief for him that she died. His poem is written in classical running script on a tablet and one of the main bridges is ...
... a small village that has been historically preserved to honor the Chinese writer Lu Xun. There are performances and characters ("A Q" is a favorite) from his novels strolling about the village. They seem quite ready to have their photos taken and also take a keen interest in heated "discussions" between customers and shopkeepers. Sometimes haggling goes a bit awry. There is also an attraction based on a the writings of a ...