Orang Hotel Nanjing Donghuamen
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... considering we haven't yet seen the sky for the smog! So we decided we will wait for another day and went to an area called 1912 which is a series of streets with restaurants, bars and clubs. It's a bit touristy but very nice and we went to a bar called Blue Marlin where we had lots of beer and some pizza. Not very Chinese-y but everyone had a great night with good chat. I exchanged emails with the two Chinese girls Carol and Sunny (those are their English names!) ...
... got out of bed. However they then set off at 11.05 and we missed them. Luckily though Aimee was just arriving back from breakfast and Ruaridh was ready to go for some too so off we went together, Aimee showing us to the canteen. We made a plan to go see the Nanjing City wall and set off for the metro, stopping to collect Hamza and our rain jackets as there was a light smir in the air. The metro was pretty simple, very cheap and nice and clean. I was very glad of my Triposo app which ...
... turned into an hour and a half! Giving us just enough time to pack and check out before 12. With a few hours until we needed to be back at the airport to join the group we headed out to walk the local streets, taking care to note our route. We passed through some pretty, traditional, narrow streets and saw lots of interesting things for sale. In general we were heading to a big pagoda which we had spotted out of the window at breakfast and it wasn't hard to find. What we ...
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and the USA as well as so many international countries it takes your
breath away - all over Africa, Asia and the old Russian countries. Such
a wealth of experience and I have learnt so much from working with
them. For my subject specialism we have some fantastic English
teachers, and I have particularly learned a lot about teaching English
to Second Language Learners from the teachers who have come from that
... murals). We were mesmerized by a circular room with a moving picture of a Chinese town displayed on the entire wall (see photos). Every element of the picture had movement (eg people cooking in tiny kitchens, selling wares on streets, arguing with neighbors etc). As we watched, the day turned into night, and seasons changed. I have never seen anything like it! Caroline and I could have stood and watched for hours.
We finished our adventure with dinner ...