Youngor Central Hotel
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... couldn't imagine never seeing my host family again! Saying bye was the hardest thing about this trip, the amount of times we said bye and gave each other hugs were un-countable! There were tears, hugs and sadness, all different emotions from the first day we met them! Hopefully we will make their time in Australia just as incredible as they made it for us! Two hearts
After we said our byes, we went ...
... and then the dumpling making club. This club time is when the students are involved in a range of cultural and traditional activities. Our Farewell Party was a very formal affair. We sat around a big conference table and nice words were shared by all. The children spoke really well - a credit to the high level 'speaking & listening' program they have been exposed to at OOPS. Our time is nearly over at our sister school. Another banquet this evening with the Headmaster, ...
... out, cooking, relaxing, etc. We finally finished with the Garden of the Master of the Nets. Another of the famous gardens of Suzhou. A number of interesting buildings surrounding a large pond. The names given to the buildings in various places are interesting - the Beauty Within Reach Tower, The Five Peaks Library (named after the rock formation displayed near it), The Moon Comes With The Breeze Pavilion and so on. Some of them are obvious to us, others need a LONG explanation. ...
... off, yet again, in search of a camera for Greg. Billy had told us it was five minutes walk down the main road. Each person they asked (Billy had written out where we wanted to go in Chinese) kept pointing further along the street. Almost 1/2 hour later the last request pointed to the building behind us. The camera was found and a bit of bargaining was done until we discovered the Chinese use 6-digit PINs. David gave money to Greg and the deal was concluded ...
... displays I’ve ever seen in action, so naturally I was inclined to by a brand new silk shirt in the gift shop after.
After the Silk Museum, we grabbed a couple of tuk tuks and headed back to our hotel. The streets were a cacophony of noise and traffic that Sebastian slept through until the very end. We weaved around cars and pedestrians, through barricades, and somehow avoided what we thought was the inevitable blow from behind. Even though there’s no visible ...