Sunshine Hotel Jiaxing
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... a car park and outside a toilet for a bit, trying to avoid being run over by reversing coaches. Then once inside the restaurant, the people who had been at the opening ceremony that morning had also turned up, and we all sat down for dinner, with intervals in between new plates being brought out. During these intervals, people would come on stage, or video clips would be played -- think Eurovision! Before each country comes on stage!
We were given questionnaires to ...
On Saturday the 3 of us went for a buffet lunch at the wedding hotel (in Jiashan). It was delicious! And they had dessert! Actual western desserts! I ate tonnes of the stuff. Afterwards we went to the park, where there were some rides. Serena and I went on the pirate ship ride. I felt well sick afterwards -- all that dessert! The park was really nice, I'm putting up pics, not enough time for me to type all about it like I would like ...
This was a great experience, I came by my host family at the right moment didn't I? Mr Yao, my host dad has a son from a previous marriage, and it is this son that got married. I actually don't know the name of either bride or groom :S ! I didn't really know what would be happening on the day itself, I just knew that I would be following Serena. Mr Yao drove Serena and I (at about 8.15am) to the flat his son and wife would be moving into, a property that Ms Liang and Mr Yao used to ...
... long time, but man! Did some of the men get absolutely wasted! My particular favourite man was an older, Chinese version of Michael McIntyre, whose loud voice you could probably hear from Beijing. He was very red in the face (Chinese flush) from all the drinking, and when he came over to my table to gambing with my host mum, I also stood up, and when he saw me he shouted "WAI GUO? WAI GUO?!" -- This mean "foreign". And then he SHOUTED some ...
Crumbs... I just realised I forgot to write about Xitang, we went there.... 2 weeks ago?... Well, instead of just lumping the pics from there onto another entry, here's a brief piece on it with some pics.
An old walled village, which has been restored and has lot of tourist shops there, and is all set over a river with lots of small bridges going over. It's a maze... so easy to enter 1 way and never find your way out. We had a great time there :)