Zhenjiang International Hotel
Travel Blogs from Zhenjiang
... dumplings!! Sticky balls of steamed dumpling but i like to call them kung fu panda dumplings! It was a really fun day and once again i was welcomed into a wonderful chinese home! They took loads of pictures of me and i was hit even though i couldn't speak to them so well!
When we finally left her grandma hugged me, alissa cried and shuya clung on to me so that no one kept me behind! We drove back to shuyas house and i just felt so lucky to have met such nice welcoming people! :)
Unfortunately Barrie has been unwell and is struggling but
bravely carrying on where he can. A couple of others in the group have also
been feeling unwell so we presume the same virus. Sharon is so caring and
escorted us to a Chinese pharmacy last night which was an experience in itself!
Very old fashioned and little boxes on the walls containing medicines. So a bit
of trust in our tour ...
... tandem bike with Matt!! Which I refused... I could do this! Little did I know the first ten minutes would be cycling straight through town and down the main highway. I am the first to admit I had a little road rage, the first scooter to cut me up screaming you knob-head at the top of my voice much to the amusement of the rest of the group!
Quickly thou we were off the main road and into the countryside and it was truly beautiful. Cycling through local villages, ...
We have at last managed to defeat the Great Firewall of China, to bring you unadulterated access to our adventures!
We'll update it as often as we can, but we're already behind so bear with us...
In the meantime, read our ever hilarious posts and look at our pretty pictures- and like my entries more than Rob's. His will suck. :)
Love to you all, wherever you are xxxxx
... to Yangzhou, which goes something like this:
Brilliant moonlight, orioles, flowers and pavilions of jade,
All attest to the past and present glories of Yangzhou.
Yangzhou, noted for its history and culture, is located in central Jiangsu Province in Southeast China (about 100kms from Nanjing), the convergent point between Yangtze River and the Great Canal of China. Yangzhou has more than 2500 years of history, and honored to be the UN's best habitat ...