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Hashing weekend (15-16 Nov) trip to (near) AnJi – briefly Re-HASHED

A couple of  weekends ago, about 16 intrepid Hangzhou Hashers joined a fantastic Hashing weekend trip to (near) AnJi (安吉) with many Suzhou and Shanghai Hashers. The organisers were the Suzhou Hashers. Hash times were: Sat, 15 Nov, 2pm and Sun, 16 Nov, 10am. The Hashes started and finished in the scenic bamboo forests of ChangTan Township (长潭村) about 40kms S-W of AnJi City.

The Hangzhou Hashers were: Triple-X, Pain in the Clit, Magic Foot Long, Just “Laurie”, Just “Trisha”, Just “Theresa”, Just “Pinar”, Just Change”, Just “Eric” and Sweet FA, who all travelled in style on public buses (and in a BMW for the last 5kms of the journey)!  😉   One tiny hiccup was that before we got in the BMW and other car, at the ZhangCun Village (长村镇) bus station, we had 10 people, but when we got to the hotel, we only had 9… Sorry Theresa!!!!! Nevermind, she was soon picked up and we settled into a rooms and a nice warm lunch.

The Hangzhou public transport Hashers were the first arrivals except for the Hares who’d driven in the night before. We didn’t see them though as they were out busily setting the trail.

Also participating from the Hangzhou Hash were, Phonebox, Gasbag, and Just “Cathy” who came with the Shanghai Hashers. And, HEIDE, Frogger and Just “Joe” drove up in a car just for Saturday’s Hash and Bash (and they missed the start of the Saturday Hash by about 20 minutes…).

The Hares got back from setting the trail with about 30 minutes to spare… their rushing to finish the trail would cost them A LOT of Down Downs!!!  😉

It was a great trail through endless bamboo forests and along forest roads. There was some good bamboo forest shiggy. There was a great beer check on top of the main hill. Also there was a Chinese company doing a team building exercise of rappelling down a 60m drop off from a giant aqueduct.

Unfortunately, either the Hares stuffed up badly, or the front running bastards (FRBs) can’t read basic trail marks… I think the Hares stuffed up by not cancelling a deadend trail well enough. SO, most of the running pack went 2 or 3kms in the wrong direction… got stuck at a creek edge on the side of a very steep hill and then had to go all the back to the beer check and just head Home.

Some Hashers were out well after dark and some cars came to the rescue to ferry some of us back for the Circle. Happily, no-one was lost too badly… In the end, we had to eat dinner first and then the Circle was belatedly held. It was a very good Circle!  🙂   However, once again Shanghai bested us in a boat race. At least we beat Suzhou this time!

After the Circle, the shenanigans and drinkening continued well into the night around a little camp fire. Reports of wood borrowing and chair burnings were given the next day… Obama generously shared around a bottle of “Fireball Whisky”, which isn’t actually a whisky, by the way… but, very tasty nonetheless.  🙂

The next day, for the Hangover Hash, the Hares hadn’t really planned a trail and the group (minus a few Hashers who decided to sleep in…) got on the Shanghai Hashers’ bus and headed to a new spot up the road. From the some of the Shanghai Hashers (you can guess who…) grabbed the flour and chalk and proceeded to make a quick Hash trail.

Following the Hash, the bus returned and a great Circle was held outdoors. There were 2 Hash namings held in the quite chilly weather.

Following the Circle, everyone packed up and headed home… The 10 Hangzhou Hashers + Gasbag decided we would walk the 5kms back to the ZhangCun Village bus station. Along the way we discovered how cheap takeaway food shop bamboo chopsticks are made.

Shanghai has volunteered to organise the next Hashing weekend trip at an unspecified future date.

Eventually, Hangzhou might have to take a turn. Ideas? Lin’An is close but has some great location…?

Anyway, it was a really picturesque area around AnJi… I’ll let the photos do the talking.

See some of the action in the photos below.

To see MANY more (92 photos!!!) of the photos from The Suzhou & Shanghai & Hangzhou Hash weekend in AnJi, go to:  https://plus.google.com/photos/107957162966260073626/albums/6083858446183583697

Thanks to all those Hashers from whom I “borrowed” photos…  🙂

On! On!
Sweet FA
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HZH3 Hash #151 – “The Down The Road From The Jade Emperor Run” – briefly Re-HASHED

HZH3 Hash #151 – “The Down The Road From The Jade Emperor Run” – Sat, 8 November, 2.30pm – Starting and finishing at the Village Imperial Garden Restaurant (XiangCun Yu HuaYuan) at #76 KuoShiBan Street (near YuHuangShan Road – about 1km South of West Lake) in ShangCheng District of Hangzhou乡村御花园 – 杭州市, 上城区, 阔石板路76号 (近玉皇山路)

Hares for Hash #151 were Private Parts, Just “Abby”, and Just “YuJi”. They set a great trail through TaiZiWan Park and along the southern part of West Lake.

It was a bit a drizzly day, but really the rain was almost nothing and any Hashers who didn’t come to Hash #151 because of the (almost no) rain on this Hash should give yourself 2 or 3 Down Downs immediately!   😉

There were about 12 Hashers altogether. And, it was very good to see some Hash Virgins along. Also, one of Private Parts’ and Heavy Junk’s friends was visiting from Beijing.

Just “Abby” had to leave right after setting the trail. And, Comes Too Fast actually came too late and missed the start by 15 or 20 minutes… and he never caught up with the pack since he got lost on the trail. Naturally, Comes Too Fast was awarded the Hash Shit necklace and had to do the straight arm Down Down..

After the Hash, the highlight was Just “YuJi” getting her Hash name with a full naming ceremony. From now on, Just “YuJi” should be called Private Dancer!

It was a really nice and scenic area that we had mostly to ourselves… I’ll let the photos do the talking. See some of the action in the photos below.

To see MANY more (85 photos!!!) of the photos from HZH3 Hash #151 go to:  https://plus.google.com/photos/107957162966260073626/albums/6075891175154252353

Thanks to all those Hashers from whom I “borrowed” photos…  🙂

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On! On!

Sweet FA

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New earlier meeting time for December 2014 and January 2015 HZH3 Hashes

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Hi Hashers, Here are a couple of quick updates for you.

First, note that our HZH3 Hash events in December and January will start 1 hour earlier with meeting at 1.30pm. This is so we can make the Hash hiking and running courses a bit longer and still hold the Circle in daylight too.

You can always see future planned HZH3 Hashes on the HZH3 Receding Hareline page on our HZH3 website, but check back once or twice as the event approaches as there may may some changes after initial details are posted.

HZH3 Receding Hareline:  http://www.hangzhou-hhh.org/?page_id=8

Second, it’s great that we already have 3 Hares for our next Hash #153 on Sat, 6 Dec, 1.30pm. Thanks to lead Hare, Phonebox, and co-Hares, Just “Theresa” and Just “Cecilia” for volunteering early and making my job easy! Yay!!!  

HZH3 Hash #153 will take place just S-E of West Lake in the YuHuang Shan (Jade Emperor Hill) and WuShan Square area of Hangzhou. Although Phonebox lives in Shanghai these days, she’s one of the original Hangzhou Hashers from 5 years ago and knows how to set a great Hash trail. Stay tuned for the next HZH3 Newsletter in your email box for details!!!

Make sure you’re on our HZH3 Newsletter email mailing list. mismanagement [AT] hangzhou-hhh [DOT] org

Third, if you want to volunteer to be a Hare, then try to do the same as the 3 well organised Hares for our next Hash have done and put your hand up as early as possible. You don’t have to wait until 1 week before the next Hash to volunteer to be a Hare. The earlier, the better! Just look at the future Hashes we have planned on the HZH3 Receding Hareline page on our HZH3 website (see link above) and think about which date suits you, then let me know for which Hash you can volunteer to be a Hare. We love Hares and we love volunteers! 

Cheers and On! On!

Sweet FA – HZH3 On-Sec

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HZH3 Hash #152 – “The Two Maiden Hares Furn in the Forest Run” – Sat, 22 November, 2.30pm 

Hello again HZH3 Hashers and those who want to be, 

Whether you’re a runner 跑步者, a jogger 慢跑者 or a walker 走步/爬山者, come along and hit the country roads and tea field trails while chasing the ‘hares’ through the forests and over the hills around Hangzhou with us. 欢迎大家!

The Hares for Hash #152 are Sweet FA, Escort Me, and Just “Concha”.

The Hares promise you runners’ and walkers’ trails featuring fantastic, never before seen sights for HZH3 Hash #152. There will be scenic hills, tea fields and forests, of course, but also lakes,  dry (and wet?) creek beds, wooden bridges, hilltop fortresses, and cultural sites and other stuff you’d expect on a SCENIC HANGZHOU RUN.

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Here are the details of HZH3 Hash #152 “The Two Maiden Hares Furn in the Forest Run”:    

中文 Chinese 豆瓣 (Douban) link:  http://www.douban.com/event/23099962/

Date 活动日期: Saturday, 22 November 2014

Meeting time 见面时间: 14:30 (2.30pm) – Get instructions for the Hash trail.

Hash run/walk starts 出发时间: 15:00 (3.00pm)

Start Location 出发地点:

We will start (and finish) the #152 HZH3 Hash at Frangrant City Restaurant (XiangDu Lou) at #11 JiuXi Xu Cun in XiHu District of Hangzhou. It is SW of West Lake near the QianTang River about 2kms west of the 6 Harmonies Pagoda along Zhijiang Road. – See pictures attached.
香都楼 – 杭州市, 西湖区, 九溪徐村11号 (近九溪车站) 

Meeting point Google Map (click link):  https://goo.gl/maps/KeAaG

Meeting point Baidu 百度地图 Map (click link):  http://j.map.baidu.com/8xuDy

Meeting point Transport Map picture (click pictures to see full size):  

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Hares 带路”野兔”:  Sweet FA, Escort Me, and Just “Concha”.

Cost 费用: 20RMB – Covers: run/hike, beer and snacks. 包括: 跑步/爬山,啤酒,小吃.

Bus 公交:  Many buses stop at the buses stops near to the meeting point too. Go to the Google Map or BaiDu Map above and then look at the nearby bus stops to see if a suitable bus route is available for you. HOWEVER, There may be bus route changes around the south of West Lake on weekends due to traffic redirection.

Public Hire Bikes 共用自行车: Why not beat the traffic jams or get some extra exercise and ride a bike to the start? There is a Red Public Hire Bike point very near to the meeting point in the middle of the bus station. See the transport map above.

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After the #152 Hash we’ll have the “Circle” to award Down Downs (beer provided 免费啤酒) for transgressions of Hash etiquette or protocol, errors of judgement, and various other misdemeanours, and then everyone is invited to join us for the Bash (dinner 晚餐). NOTE: The Bash has a separate cost. 注意:晚餐是另一个费用.

You can expect HZH3 Hash runs roughly (or sometimes VERY roughly… if the hares had a big night out on the night before…) every other Saturday (i.e. fortnightly) and both runners’ and walkers’ trails will usually be set.

It’s fun, it’s social, it’s healthy (mostly…), so come along and be a part of it!!!

See the **Receding Hareline** page on our HZH3 Website for initial details on all currently planned future events. 在网站上看我们未来安排的活动.

****NEAR FUTURE HASHES**** – We need Hares! Who wants to put their hands up?

Sat, Nov 29, 2014 – Suzhou Hash Thanksgiving Hash – See full details here:  http://www.hangzhou-hhh.org/?p=669 – Contact the Suzhou Hash:  suzhouh3 [AT] gmail [DOT] com

Sat, Dec 6, 2014 – HZH3 Run 153 – Starting location: ??? at time??? – Hare: ???, co-Hare: ??? – Stay tuned!

Fri-Sun, Dec 12-14 – Shanghai Santa Hash weekend – 3 days and nights of shenanigans to raise money for charity – Fri Evening Hash – Sat Road trip Hash – Sun Hangover Hash – See details here (click link). Contact the Shanghai Drunken Dragon Hash:   drunkendragonh3 [AT] gmail [DOT] com

Sat, Dec 20, 2014 – HZH3 Run 154 – Starting location: ??? at time??? – Hare: ???, co-Hare: ??? – Stay tuned!

On! On!

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Suzhou’s 2nd Annual Thanksgiving Hash! – Sat, 29 November, 12pm

This event will take place in Suzhou City in Jiangsu Province.

Contact the Suzhou Hash to reserve a place before Tue, 25 Nov.

Suzhou Hash email address:  suzhouh3 [AT] gmail [DOT] com

Saturday November 29: 2nd Annual Thanksgiving Hash!

We will be celebrating the tastiest holiday known to man with a Thanksgiving hash Saturday November 29. We will take the bus out to the hills/countryside around Suzhou for an epic hash and return to the home of some sucker hashers back in SIP for a proper Thanksgiving feast. With veteran hares Driving Miss Daisy, Just Chanzi, and Just Fabian setting a spectacular trail, as well as enough turkey to put you in a food coma for hours, this hash is not to be missed!

When: Saturday November 29, 12:00pm bus LEAVES

Meeting point: @Ollies in Ligongdi
Who: runners, joggers, walkers. Newcomers welcome!
Terrain: fields, hills. Bring appropriate shoes.
Trails: walkers trail, runners trail
Cost: ~200rmb (includes bus, beer, snacks, and TURKEY FEAST back in Suzhou! If you want to contribute a dish, let me know–you will be reimbursed)

Please RSVP by TUESDAY NOV 25 so we can order enough turkey and prepare enough food!

 

 

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HZH3 Hash #150 – “The Yay!!! Yippee!!! We Finally Made It To 150 Run” – Re-HASHED

HZH3 Hash #150 – “The Yay!!! Yippee!!! We Finally Made It To 150 Run” – Sat, 25 October, 1.00pm – Starting at the TongWu Mountain Tea Village Bus Station and ending at the LongWu Tea Village.

Hares for Hash #150 were Gasbag, Sheep Shagger, Just “Birkhoff” and Sweet FA. Sheep Shagger and Sweet FA did some scouting during the week before the Hash, but do you think that prevented any trail setting mishaps from happening… No, it didn’t. But, in any case, at the end of the day the Hash #150 Walkers’ and Runners’ trails got the thumbs up from all the Hashers. So, it was a successful day for the Hares!!!

There was a bit of panic before the Hash as this was the first time we tried hiring a bus to pick the Hashers up and take them to the Hash start point for the A to B run. With not long to go until the buses were due to arrive, there were small groups of Hashers wandering aimlessly around the world famous Gudang Green Square… Anyway, they finally all came together (Ooooo!) just in time to find the buses and get on board.

Due to various trail setting misadventures, only one Hare made it back to the start point in time for the Hash start. Well done to Just “Birkhoff” who had set the special parts of the Walkers’ trail. Meanwhile, Sheep Shagger and Gasbag finished off the Long Run trail and then put their feet up for 2 hours waiting for the Hashers to reach HOME… which they’d marked all the way to their table at the Bash venue instead of to the designated HOME Circle location at the Giant Teapot Statue… It’s so hard to find good help these days! While those two were taking it easy, I took another hour or so to finish off the Ballbuster Run Hash trail and then set up the Circle location after I got back to HOME.

Out on the Hash trails, due to the inability of the Pack to read simple and clearly marked Hash marks, they got lost and delayed a couple of times, so in the end no Hash runners made it to the Long Run turn-off point before the 4.30pm cut-off point to continue on the Ballbuster Run trail. I see that this left Obama very sad as he’d hoped to tackle the full Ballbuster Run… or was he just pretending to be upset and in reality was crying tears of joy and that he was scared of Hangzhou’s Hash #150 Ballbuster Run Trail…? The jury is still out.

At the Circle there were a surprising number of Down Downs given to the Hares, considering the perfectly laid Hash Trail we’d set… It was great to see quite a few people made the effort to wear a costume for Halloween. It was super awesome to have quite a few Hash Virgins join us on this Hash. And, finally, it was fantastic to have a goodly number of visiting Hashers from Shanghai and Hong Kong, etc.

The Bash (held at Cha Zhi Yu 茶之语 Restaurant) was a mighty fine feast fit for a King or at least a Duke… During the dinner Obama led the Hash naming ceremony for 2 Hashers. Welcome to My Brother’s Rubber and Magic Foot Long!

The after party was held at Amigo Bar and various other places around Hangzhou.

If all goes well, then we should hit HZH3 Hash #200 in late 2016. Don’t miss it!!!

See some of the action in the photos below.

To see MANY more (185 photos!!!) of the photos from HZH3 Hash #150 go to:  https://plus.google.com/photos/107957162966260073626/albums/6075891175154252353

Thanks to all those Hashers from whom I “borrowed” photos…  🙂

The Pre-Hash instructions

 

The Hash trails

The tea fields

The scenic scenery

The Hash Walkers!!!

The stairs… and more stairs!

The views from the top of the hill

Making it back to HOME

The Hares in the Circle

On! On!

Sweet FA

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Pan Asia Hash 2015 in “Pondy” (India) – Fri-Sun, Sep 25-27, 2015

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Hi Hashers,

The 2015 Pan Asia Hash will be held in “Pondy”, India – Fri-Sun, 25-27 Sep 2015

This is probably the biggest Hash event on the Asian Hashing calendar for 2015. They estimate there will be 2500 – 3000 Hashers, so it’s sure to be an amazing event in a scenic coastal city in S-E India!!!

The Official information and Registration website is: http://www.panasiapondy.com/

FYI, Triple-X and Gasbag have already signed up!

“Pondy” = Pondicherry = Puducherry (Tamil) which is a small, scenic beachside city with a long French colonial history. It is in Tamil Nadu State about 150kms south of Chennai City on the S-E coast in India. See Google Map link: https://goo.gl/maps/LO3xB

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Here’s what the organisers have to say:

“The biggest event in the 2015 Hashing calendar is a 100% On On!

After the early mismanagement . . . hey, come on its a hash after all, the web-site is live and online registration will be available before the end of the month. We have negotiated excellent Hash rates for local accommodation and you will be able to view and book by following the
link on the PANHP2015 web-site by the end of the month.

The committee’s experience of organising various Nash and anniversary Hashes ensures this will be the biggest and most fun Hash event of the year with great venues, challenging runs, the ever popular Charity Red dress run and of course lashing of alcohol.

As always we are looking for Hashers to support the event and help with the organisation so let us know via email if you are interested. . .

We are also planning for the [Circle] “Down Downs” to be hosted by various Hashing groups from around the world to add to the international flavour of the PANHP 2015. Again, all you Grand Masters, Religious Advisors or Hashers who think they can run a fun circle please contact us via email with your Hash group name and theme.

Sounds fun? then join the fun and register today!”

Website: http://www.panasiapondy.com/
Email: PAHP2015 [AT] gmail [DOT] com

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HZH3 Hash #152 – “The Two Maiden Hares Furn in the Forest Run” – Sat, 22 November, 2.30pm

Hi Hashers!

UPDATE: See the final details for HZH3 Hash #152 here:  http://www.hangzhou-hhh.org/?p=674

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The next HZH3 Newsletter will be sent out tonight (Thu, 20 Nov).

If you’re not already on our HZH3 Newsletter mailing list, then please send us an email to: mismanagement [AT] hangzhou-hhh [DOT] org

It will give you the full details of our HZH3 Hash #152 event set for Sat, 22 Nov, 2.30pm plus other useful info.

Basically, we’ll be starting and finishing Hash #152 near the south end of the 9 Creeks trail near to the ZhiJiang River. It’s about 2kms west of the 6 Harmonies Pagoda.

I have already put up the basic details on our DouBan (豆瓣) page in Chinese language, so please tell your Chinese friends to have a look and join the fun this Saturday! http://www.douban.com/event/23099962/

Hopefully there will be some rain tomorrow to clear the air ready for our Hash on Saturday!

On! On! 🙂

Sweet FA

 

See the **Receding Hareline** page on our HZH3 Website for initial details on all currently planned future events. 在网站上看我们未来安排的活动.

****NEAR FUTURE HASHES**** – We need Hares! Who wants to put their hands up?

Sat, Nov 22, 2014 – HZH3 Run 152 – Starting location: TBA??? at time 2.30pm – Hare: Sweet FA, co-Hare 1: Escort Me, co-Hare 2: Just “Concha” – More details coming soon. Stay tuned!

Sat, Nov 29, 2014 – Suzhou Hash Thanksgiving Hash – Meeting location: ??? (Suzhou) at Time: ??? – See details here soon… Contact the Suzhou Hash:  suzhouh3 [AT] gmail [DOT] com

Sat, Dec 6, 2014 – HZH3 Run 153 – Starting location: ??? at time??? – Hare: ???, co-Hares: ??? – Stay tuned!

Fri-Sun, Dec 12-14 – Shanghai Santa Hash weekend – 3 days and nights of shenanigans to raise money for charity – Fri Evening Hash – Sat Road trip Hash – Sun Hangover Hash – See details here (click link). Contact the Shanghai Drunken Dragon Hash:   drunkendragonh3 [AT] gmail [DOT] com  UPDATE: Now 5 days (Wed – Sun) of shenanigans!!! Note: Of course, you don’t have to do all events.

Sat, Dec 20, 2014 – HZH3 Run 154 – Starting location: ??? at time??? – Hare: ???, co-Hares: ??? – Stay tuned!

On! On!

Hangzhou Hash House Harriers (HHHH / HZH3) Mismanagement

HZH3 Email: mismanagement [AT] hangzhou-hhh. [DOT] org

HZH3 Website: http://www.hangzhou-hhh.org/

HZH3 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2463557978/

HZH3 Twitter: https://twitter.com/HZH3

Get our WeChat group info when you join us on the next Hangzhou Hash.

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HZH3 Hash #151 – “The Down The Road From The Jade Emperor Run” – Sat, 8 November, 2.30pm

Hello again HZH3 Hashers and those who want to be, 

Whether you’re a runner 跑步者, a jogger 慢跑者 or a walker 走步/爬山者, come along and hit the country roads and tea field trails while chasing the ‘hares’ through the forests and over the hills around Hangzhou with us. 欢迎大家!

The Hares for Hash #151 are Just “YuJi”, Just “Abby”and Private Parts.

The Hares promise you runners’ and walkers’ trails featuring fantastic, never before seen sights for HZH3 Hash #151. There will be scenic hills and forests, of course, but also lakes, wooden bridges, parks, and cultural sites and other stuff you’d expect on a SCENIC HANGZHOU RUN.

Here are the details of HZH3 Hash #151 “The Down The Road From The Jade Emperor Run”:    

中文 Chinese 豆瓣 (Douban) link:  http://www.douban.com/event/23008667/

Date 活动日期: Saturday, 8 November 2014

Meeting time 见面时间: 14:30 (2.30pm)

Hash run/walk starts 出发时间: 15:00 (3.00pm)

Start Location 出发地点:

We will start the #151 HZH3 Hash  at Village Imperial Garden Restaurant (XiangCun Yu HuaYuan) at #76 KuoShiBan Street (near YuHuangShan Road – about 1km South of West Lake) in ShangCheng District of Hangzhou – It’s about a 300m walk from the China Silk Museum too. (NOTE: Some maps might call the street “GeShiBan Street”.)
乡村御花园 – 杭州市, 上城区, 阔石板路76号 (近玉皇山路 – 离中国丝绸博物馆往西北300米) (注意: 有可能地图给地址这样 – 阁石板路76号)

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Meeting point Google Map (click link): https://goo.gl/maps/wbiIv

Meeting point Baidu 百度地图 Map (click link): http://j.map.baidu.com/WbMny

Meeting point Transport Map picture (Click the picture below to enlarge to full size!):

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Hares 带路”野兔”:  Just “YuJi”, Just “Abby”and Private Parts.

Cost 费用: 20RMB – Covers: run/hike, beer and snacks. 包括: 跑步/爬山,啤酒,小吃.

Bus 公交:  Many buses stop at the buses stops near to the meeting point too. Go to the Google Map or BaiDu Map above and then look at the nearby bus stops to see if a suitable bus route is available for you. HOWEVER, There may be bus route changes in this part of West Lake on weekends due to traffic redirection.

Public Hire Bikes 共用自行车: Why not beat the traffic jams or get some extra exercise and ride a bike to the start? There are two Red Public Hire Bike points on XXX very near to the meeting point. See the transport map above.

After the #151 Hash we’ll have the “Circle” to award Down Downs (beer provided 免费啤酒) for transgressions of Hash etiquette or protocol, errors of judgement, and various other misdemeanours, and then everyone is invited to join us for the Bash (dinner 晚餐). NOTE: The Bash has a separate cost. 注意:晚餐是另一个费用.

You can expect HZH3 Hash runs roughly (or sometimes VERY roughly… if the hares had a big night out on the night before…) every other Saturday (i.e. fortnightly) and both runners’ and walkers’ trails will usually be set.

It’s fun, it’s social, it’s healthy (mostly…), so come along and be a part of it!!!

See the **Receding Hareline** page on our HZH3 Website for initial details on all currently planned future events. 在网站上看我们未来安排的活动.

****NEAR FUTURE HASHES**** – We need Hares! Who wants to put their hands up?

Sat-Sun, Nov 15-16, 2014 –  SuZhou Hash 1-night road trip to AnJi Town in ZheJiang – From Hangzhou, it’s only about 85kms (1 – 1.5 hours) to AnJi. We can catch a bus on Saturday morning from the Hangzhou North bus station OR from the Yellow Dragon Stadium tourist bus centre – A bunch of Shanghai Hashers is joining in the fun too. – See details here (click link).

Sat, Nov 22, 2014 – HZH3 Run 152 – Starting location: ??? at time??? – Hare: ???, co-Hare: ??? – Stay tuned!

Sat, Nov 29, 2014 – Suzhou Hash Thanksgiving Hash – Meeting location: ??? (Suzhou) at Time: ??? – See details here soon… Contact the Suzhou Hash:  suzhouh3 [AT] gmail [DOT] com

Sat, Dec 6, 2014 – HZH3 Run 153 – Starting location: ??? at time??? – Hare: ???, co-Hare: ??? – Stay tuned!

Fri-Sun, Dec 12-14 – Shanghai Santa Hash weekend – 3 days and nights of shenanigans to raise money for charity – Fri Evening Hash – Sat Road trip Hash – Sun Hangover Hash – See details here (click link). Contact the Shanghai Drunken Dragon Hash:   drunkendragonh3 [AT] gmail [DOT] com

Sat, Dec 20, 2014 – HZH3 Run 154 – Starting location: ??? at time??? – Hare: ???, co-Hare: ??? – Stay tuned!

On! On!

Hangzhou Hash House Harriers (HHHH / HZH3) Mismanagement

HZH3 Email: mismanagement [AT] hangzhou-hhh. [DOT] org

HZH3 Website: http://www.hangzhou-hhh.org/

HZH3 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2463557978/

HZH3 Twitter: https://twitter.com/HZH3

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