Jinjiang Inn (Suzhou Guanqian Street)
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... alley-ways mean you drive on the side of the road that is easiest for you to travel along. U-turns seem to be permitted if, and when the other drivers will let you do so. Taxis will stop at will in a lane to allow passengers to get in or out. Speed limit for passenger cars is around 100kph. Certain vehicles are not allowed on the highways during peak periods and the cameras seemed to be flashing constantly as we drive along. We ...
Met after breakfast with Billy and driver to take us to Zhouzhuang Water Town. The driving certainly has us holding our breath at times as we seem to slip into non-existent spaces between vehicles (or other cars, bikes, trucks, etc seem to miraculously avoid collecting us as they merge into ourline of traffic from almost any direction). There are road laws, but they don't seem to apply to bikes or the numerous electric motor scooters that choose to cross ...
... to the one we went into! Am slightly perturbed as do not recognise anything and on strange street. I ask for bus stop but forget to ask for foreign people's bus stop. Set off but then realise my mistake and retrace footsteps whereupon a helpful man realises what I am looking for and sets me off to correct place. I spot our bus and whilst waiting for the others send a private prayer of thanks to my old ...
One Day More.
This is what we woke up singing and continued singing on the bus to school.
Knowing that we were doing no work today, we were excited to spend one last day with our students.
The first part of the morning was spent with a draw to give away all the resources that we have used over the last 3 weeks.
Then our classes joined together to watch "The Emperor's New Groove" which they thoroughly enjoyed.
After lunch, ...
... shops and restaurants. We ate lunch there, sat in the park, and just walked around taking photos. We walked to Xintiandi, a posh neighbourhood of Shanghai where Chinese and foreign tourists like to shop and eat Western style meals. We had dinner there too; it was pricy but tasty. Two days in Shanghai was enough for Tammy, so Saturday we took a two-hour bus ride to Suzhou, our next destination. Suzhou is a city renowned for it’s beautiful gardens and it’s a place I ...