Shangyu International Hotel
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... has a phone to her ear. Is she talking to me or the poor recipient on the other end of the line"? "Whah! Whah ! Itz Cher Bert" I hear her wail at me shaking a meaty hand in my face with a clang of golden chains and charms. Ah! ..."Andre's fat *****" I think to myself. The large aunty beans a cheery smile and continues her airport load verbal attack. It's somewhere between the sound of an intercom at the airport and a chainsaw cutting through ...
... saturated with heavy metals and toxic spooge from all the industries in town. The beach! Well that has still to be explored and it's only an hour away by bus. Oh, did I forget to mention that the town has no railway in or out, no airport but it has a bus station. The school, on the other hand, is everything and more that we were told it would be. It's a kids Disneyland! Heated indoor pool, a massive equipped art class, woodwork room (with sharp tools and a chainsaw - a bit ...
... 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 ...