Boyi Boutique Hotel
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... stopped working during the night) to be serviced. Bill had arrived and all appeared to have been sorted. Returning to the traffic. It really is amazing! They drive on left hand side of the road and, like the USA, a right-hand turn I'd permitted on a red light if it is safe to do so. The safety aspect doesn't seem to come into the equation as we watch and our drivers negotiate round cars and bikes that seem to turn when it suits them. ...
... at will (regardless of the traffic lights)! Billy is also a very competent English speaker and is very knowledgeable about the areas we are travelling through. There is a lot of construction being carried on - both businesses and accommodation. In some cases this appears to be both (i.e. Sleep where you work). One place Bill pointed out to us was where the government has offered new graduates free rent of business space for two years to get them ...
... back whilst someone else did all the work but in the end he really enjoyed it and now he has practical imperialist empathy for the rickshaw drivers rather than imagined. We had a boat trip on the Grand Canal and visited another Scholar's garden within which I stick like glue to Mike for obvious reasons! We have a chat with two sweet children who were fascinated by the strange foreign couple and everyone ...
... to convey our concern to the front desk brought us a great deal of enjoyment.
We enjoyed our last dinner at the hotel in Kunshan (no dumplings though :( )
Our Chinese friends took us to a rock music club to celebrate our last night.
It was really empty when we got there at 7:30, but after about half an hour it was packed.
The band went on at 9:30 and the singer joked about never performing for this many foreigners.
... turtles and large fish swim right over your head. The aquarium is located very close to the famous Oriental Pearl tower, so from there we just wandered along, checking out the tall famous buildings and the famous skyline along the river. We took the ferry across the river to the Bund. The ferry is only 2 yuan per person, and it used to be local transportation for bikes and cars but now it ferries packs of tourists back and forth. After walking the Bund, we walked up the busy, ...