Sunshine Hotel Jiaxing
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Today we headed out to the suburbs of Shanghai to the charming old world atmosphere of nearby Zhujiajiao, a traditional water canal town dating back to the Ming and Qing dynasties. We boarded a 'gondola' for a canal cruise passing old wooden houses, arch stone bridges (apparently there are 36 of them) and narrow paved laneways. We then walked back through the narrow streets seeing lots of food, particularly pork, and tourist ...
... dishes, Zijing and Michael got married the Chinese way on a big stage in the same room. Zijing was wearing a red silk dress and Michael was dressed in a Chinese suit. Everything was in Chinese so I didn't understand anything of what was said. Zijing and Michael's mums both held speeches, and on all the tables, there were small presents for all the guests. The wedding finished quite early, and after dinner, some of us went back to Zijing and Michael's hotel room for a few ...
Today we went by bus from Shanghai to Wuzhen, a small town where Zijing and Michael's wedding will take place. Here Kjersti and I checked into Dockside boutique hotel, a five star hotel where most of the wedding guests are staying. The room we got is huge and really comfortable, but unfortunately it offers absolutely no privacy as there are glass doors to the ...
Shanghai sits on an alluvial plain in the middle of the Yangtze River Delta. The city is the starting point for our 16 day adventure in China and since everyone opted to arrive a day before the tour official starts on September 10, we offered an optional excursion to the one of the nearby "watertowns"
Due to the volume of water flowing into the delta (the Yangtze is the world's 3rd longest river), ...
... the canals. It's nice and warm today, no coat or scarf again. I'm getting used to this :-)) but not the fighter jets that keep going over. Think they're practicing for what next with Korea, at least we're in the safest place (not the pub, China). I call home while the boys are playing pool again...what is it with men & pool. We meet a Chinese man who challenges them to pool. His name is Chandler, I can't help but giggle and this time asked if he choose it because ...