Yidu Jinling Grand Hotel
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... register laowai.
The bed - OMG! Definitely the softest and most comfortable we have had since being in China. However, we didn't spend much time in it. There was a bar just down the road that had a band of six guys playing great music, and plenty of space to dance. Chinese don't dance, so we had the floor to ourselves, and Gayle and I made the most of it.
Dr Chen is incredibly generous, and provided us with ...
... which we all appreciated would be very handy especially if we were starting late or finishing early on any given day. We all went to see mine and Kirsty’s apartment first, the apartments that were built looked nice from the outside but in each direction that you turned there were still some being built and the building sites were messy and noisy, when we walked up the stairs to the second floor you could see that even our block which was supposed to be finished was still ...
... the car, in
and out of shops and police stations it’s even worse- we got soaked. First stop
was to go and get a sim card. Now, you would think it’s easy to get a sim card
… Not in China. I thought Bruce would take us to the nearest mobile phone shop
or supermarket like we would in the UK, instead he took us on a 40 minute car
journey to a university campus where the equivalent of the UK’s fresher’s week
was happening. So ...
... it but she followed us. She desperately searched her
brain for as many words as possible to try and converse with us and in the end
she took us to go and eat. We went through a gate and into a square, there were
stalls all around the outside of the square with tables in the middle. I’m not
going to lie, it wasn’t clean and it was actually quite grim – when I sat down
I was imagining all sorts of things staining my dress, luckily my imagination
... plane wasn’t the greatest, it was small and not the cleanest but the fight was only 2.5 hours long so no big deal, the rattling on take-off and landing were a little un nerving even for a confident flyer/traveller like myself.
When we got to Nanjing airport, there was no passport control or anything like that so we went straight to get our cases and again we lucked out because our cases were pretty much the first ones out! We got them all on to two ...