Suzhou Taihu Golf 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 (sexy) moustache are a big hit! There is a pagoda at Tiger Hill Garden that is doing the Leaning Tower of Pisa trick and is leaning to one side . Our next stop was at the Lingering Garden. This was a very pleasant spot that lived up to its name. There was a great pool area and a very large bonsai section with some VERY old trees - all very beautifully trimmed Billy again ordered a great selection of food for us at one of our designated included meals. Once again, we were pushing to ...
Met after breakfast with Billy and driver to take us to Zhouzhuang Water Town. The driving certainly has us holding our breath at times as we seem to slip into non-existent spaces between vehicles (or other cars, bikes, trucks, etc seem to miraculously avoid collecting us as they merge into our line of traffic from almost any direction). There are road laws, but they don't seem to apply to bikes or the numerous electric motor scooters that choose to cross ...
... garden is happy. (Me especially as I then discover the disabled loo is a western one! ) Travelling most of the day tomorrow by plane, train and boat. Shall be strange to be back briefly in Wuhan where I sweated over my medical missionary research in more ways than one! Suspect wifi will be tricky on the Yangzi, not least due to the steep valley sides. However, hopefully I will not get lost on the boat! Love J and ...
... Sebastian slept most of it. The beauty of running this poor child ragged is that he is pretty much falling asleep anywhere he needs to, regardless of noise, lights, sudden traffic stops, etc. – which is wonderful.
When we did finally arrive and were looking for the hotel that JP booked, my first impression was that we were no longer in Kansas. Suzhou was much more local "China" than Shanghai. I'm fairly certain we were the only white faces in site, and there wasn't ...