Fraser Residence Shanghai
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On Sunday I had a completely different day to any that I've so far had in China. I felt like I wasn't in China. Ms Liang went away last Thursday and will return this Thursday. I had been slightly worried about how the week would go without her. She does a lot, essentially it is her that keeps the household running, she's makes sure both Serena and I are ok, sorts out my train tickets to Hangzhou, carts us around, does all the cooking, studies English, works at the factory, has yoga ...
... A fab idea! Also they had random locals all locked in a game of cards! People would gather round and watch and when a seat became available it would be filled straight away. There was people playing badminton on the green and people just having a stroll and enjoying the natural surroundings and pleasant sounds compared to the busy noise's of Shanghai.
In the afternoon we took a trip to the Shanghai Museum. It was free to enter which was a bonus. Spread over 4 ...
To me it's a land of contradictions, a parodox. The streets and sidewalks are crowded, yet spacious. The train system is complex, but simple. The people are in a hurry, but have time to spare. They are serious, but warm-hearted. The population is dense, but there is plenty of personal space. I leave Japan with a feeling of unsatisfied curiosity.
I transferred planes in Tokyo on my last trip. I decided then, the next time I came this way I would spend some time ...
... out some paddle boats and also loads of locals playing card games, we got a few looks so obviously not that many tourists go in here we figured. So we were trying to get out but we could not find the exit, so after walking around for nearly 40 mins we decided to head back to where we came in and get out of this place.
So we finally found the Metro station and off we went. Quite straight forward really, well I though anyway. Steve had a few ...
... from Newark. The airport is a breeze – testament to the efficiency of some parts of Chinese society? I'll never know, but it was sparkling and I swear I’ve never made it through Customs so quickly in my life. My first two days here passed in a bit of a jet-lagged haze. I managed to wander a large loop around my neighborhood on my first evening, and considered the day a success after finding a grocery store that had yogurt, oatmeal and other ...