Jinjiang Inn Ningbo Railway Station
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... By the end of the day, we had been up for close to 19 hours! J and D had some trouble staying awake at the show . . . :-(
On the bus trip to our hotel, Lucy, our local guide filled us in on the history of her city. Xian was the capital of China for many years . . It is loaded with high rise buildings! Some different from our hometown of Smithfield! :-). One interesting bit of trivia Lucy shared with us - along the ...
... to Yuyao. It cost only 22 kuai each, which is approximately 4.50$, and the train ride took only 25 minutes to get there. Barry came to pick us up at the train station and then we went to his house to meet his family. His parents are a very humble Chinese couple who have a large house by Chinese standards, and are really interesting to talk to. We had to speak to them in Chinese, because they don't speak very much English.
While we were there, we ...
... day, really warm and sunny.
We got back and had a lovely evening with Silvie at home as she had cooked a lovely Morroccan curry and couscous.
Very relaxing weekend!
We are both in Ningbo for the rest of the week visiting all three of our centres.
... Carmel, James and Emily (Economics, Business, English and English teachers) from Ningbo Zhenhai A Level centre plus John and a couple of Lithuanian female friends of theirs. We went to the Eudora Bar and then onto C for dancing. These were in Laouwai Town, which is the really buzzy area in Ningbo where there are lots of clubs and bars. We had a lovely evening, lots of fun, and good company.
... Chinese friends, Barry, who has been really great for showing me some true Chinese experiences. For example, one night, Patrick, Eric, Barry and his friend and I all went to a restaurant that serves a wide variety of typical Chinese food. The tastes went from spicy, to salty, to sweet and sour, and we ate a whole fish (complete with the eyes and tail), frog meat, shrimp, bamboo, and a lot of rice. My favourite dish was by far the spicy frog meat.
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