Ying Zhou Hotel
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... in the adjacent areas. Unfortunately, most of these temples were demolished during times of war and during the Cultural Revolution.
Tianquan Lake occupies nine ...
... 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 ...
... grounds we looked around and realised that although our (unfurnished, unfinished) apartments we only two minutes’ walk away, there wasn’t actually anything else near the school for us to see or do. It started to rain and we wanted to avoid sitting in the apartment so we tried to find somewhere to have a drink, there was nothing. We managed to find a little shop that sold food and drink – though they proudly presented a massive food hygiene rating on ...
... girl who we later found out was called Wanshowhen (Not spelt that
way but that’s how she pronounced it to us) and was 12 years old, she
desperately wanted to practise her English , it was so humbling to see how much
she was searching her brain to try and find the words to communicate with us
effectively. After we realised that she was going to continue to follow us, we
asked her if she knew somewhere that we could get some nice food, she took ...
... was sort of like a security station where they were observing who was entering and leaving the school grounds … all very official and strange! Bruce took us into the school, up two flights of stairs and into the teachers room (like a staff room) – we were met by Ken and Gloria who are our Chinese assistants, basically they are the people that we go to in the school for example if we can’t find our rooms (we move around, not the children like ...