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... 2 hours, not one we were finally landing in Hangzhou. We rushed through the airport and caught the shuttle bus to Hangzhou East train station, unfortunately not the one our train back to Ningbo left from… A few stops on the metro later we finally made it to Yuhang Station, promising ourselves some food once we’d got through security. This turned out to be easier said than done as it transpired that I’d got my passport number wrong on our booking rendering my ticket ...
... imstillthebestjewthough. Starters soon arrived and we had some lovely challah, which reminded me of my baking days @kirstenbabes! The wine was gorge and very sweet, and the selection of salads was excellent. Just when I thought the evening couldn't get any better, the singing started. Everyone was so enthusiastic and I clapped along #imhappyandiknowit #suchfun. The singing went on for a while, if only I knew what the words meant :p Main course was also lovely and ...
... been hard to believe anything was amiss. To see the young girl you would think butter wouldn't melt in her mouth but it would be enough to make us choke on our tea leaves we think.
Apart from the cool (no - freezing) air today, we were lucky as we had clear blue sky until around lunchtime and even then only slight smog.
We were brave and headed to what seemed a Chinese canteen for lunch. All of the food was displayed in smorgasboard ...
... us.. After a few wrong turns and coming to grips with the street names and layout we finally got our bearings and found the areas we were looking for.
Even though getting lost is a tad annoying, when your travelling it adds to the fun. We got to see real China in the tiny back streets. We checked out The City temple, The Old Town markets, The fashion district and ...
Excursion day! Sally’s friend organizes small tour groups so
we met up at a hotel with 4 other ex-pat ladies and took a bus out to Nanxuen,
which is a small water town (small compared to Shanghai, population 1.6 million).
The theme for the tour was to bring Christmas spirit to the town. We met up with
the members of the Lions club in the city and went with them to deliver rice,
cooking oil and other basic supplies to an underprivileged girl ...