Xingyu Oriental Bund Hotel
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... The following morning we had a buffet breakfast which was to us odd. There was soups, noodles, salad,broccoli and other Chinese cuisine and what kind of passed as an English breakfast.Thankfully they also had fruit, cereal and good old toast. We spent the day walking the streets and dodging the traffic, we did try to understand the rules with traffic lights and pedestrian crossings and came up with the conclusion rules are not followed..lol We came across a huge food ...
... for people watching (funny poses). Now not knowing what else to do and not wanting to go in one of the million top brand shopping malls we found a beautiful park right in the centre. We sat here for a few hours watching the sun set and all the lights turn on. This was a really nice relaxing time which we enjoyed. Quite a tireing day meant that Rachel didn't have long to worry about the room before she fell asleep. The next day we had a few jobs to job and ...
... sweet bread dough exterior, its everything you don't want your food to be , the food equivalent of wearing checkered pants with a spotted shirt, which incidentally you see a lot of in China.
Or there is the crispy sweet noodles that are wrapped around ground peanuts which doesn't sound to bad until you take a bite and inhale at the same time which I can only compare to a time when I was the blackboard monitor at school and I breathed in too much chalk dust while cleaning ...
... to work, we took some Bund photos, and headed to the arty arcades and cafes of Tianzifang. After some wine in the flat, we headed to dinner at a packed "Lost Heaven" (Yuyanese if you were wondering), with Alex literally skipping through the Metro with his hip flask of whisky - happy to have completed another successful week of work. After plenty more drinks - mainly for Alex - we walked along the Bund to a club called M1NT (corner shop beers ...
... a question.
So if you don't get it right you could be calling your mum a horse... awkward!
There's a good example in this song - the guy orders 'sleep' (shuì jiào) when really he wants dumplings (shuǐ jiǎo) - by Bristol band Transition who learned Chinese in Taiwan
http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XMjcwOTczM DY4.html )
Basic Chinese grammar, however, can be quite simple; ...