Smile And Nature Hotel Ningbo
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... old at the time. This guy, Qin Shi Huang, lived into his fifties - then died and was buried in a tomb located close to this site. Fast forward to 1974 - some local farmers digging a well uncovered the first evidence of the extraordinary lengths this emperor went to ensure his protection in the afterlife. More than 7,000 life sized terra cotta archers, infantrymen, soldiers, horses, and chariots in full battle gear and standing ...
Hello again faithful readers of my blog,
This past week I caught a cold, so most of the time I stayed at home and rested to get rid of the cough and fever, but on some sunny days I did manage to get out and enjoy the weather. On Wednesday, I went to the Yinzhou Park, which is near my apartment. It reminded me a little bit of Central Park in New York City, because if you look around, you see skyscrapers everywhere, but the park itself is very beautiful and ...
Will and I got a taxi out to the Zhenhai area of Ningbo to walk along the sea wall.
We went into the park and walked up the mountain (hundreds of steps!) to find pagodas and temples and then walked all along the sea wall (which is actually not by the sea!) It was ...
... 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.
... Chinese friends, Barry, who has been really great for showing me some true Chinese experiences. For example, one night, Patrick, Eric, Barry and his friend and I all went to a restaurant that serves a wide variety of typical Chinese food. The tastes went from spicy, to salty, to sweet and sour, and we ate a whole fish (complete with the eyes and tail), frog meat, shrimp, bamboo, and a lot of rice. My favourite dish was by far the spicy frog meat.
The next weekend ...