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... English skills, especially the children, who run up to us and say “hello” to the embarrassment of their parents.
We have been exploring the city with no real time schedule or agenda, and the exchange rate has allowed us to take full advantage of what Shanghai has to offer. We are in a 5 star hotel for a mere $68 a night, a rare treat on such long trips. Brianne especially loves the robes and slippers! Today, we visited the ...
... left. The weight of the viola off my shoulders, I decided to explore the area and found myself outside a Mexican restaurant called El Gato Verde. Feeling adventurous, I ordered the nachos and sat happily munching on chips and thinking about that silly Martini Christmas tree at Jing'An Temple.
The office Christmas party
"Hurry! Come help us!" my coworkers beckoned as I walked in the door on the morning of Christmas Eve. Two ...
... newer and thus much nicer than American subways. They are kept immaculate (all of China is. Even though the Chinese treat anywhere as their trash can, there are crews of industrious cleaners that clean every single public space. It's an impressive feat), and they're slightly more high-tech. There are doors in walls or at the very least some sort of barrier to keep you from falling into the path ...
... a whole new meaning. For most of the ride we were sandwiched into that claustrophobic train so tight that the doors almost didn't close (they did eventually but not without pushing even more Chinese people into me and each other) Luckily everyone in China wears deodorant and brushes their teeth on a regular basis...oh wait, they don't haha. So not only was i touching more people than I have ever touched at one time, they smelled a little terrible haha, it was quite ...
... I can update when I get to Hong Kong.
NOTE: In an early post I said Portuguese architecture on the Bund I meant French I am not sure what I was thinking. I must have mixed it up with Macua.
Cost of Cinema Movie Ticket: 40 RMB
Cost of bag of Reeses: 19 RMB
Cost of Mountain Dew: 3 RMB
Seeing a Chinese Movie in China: Priceless
Quote of the Blog
"It Chinese movie, you no understand."
Me- "I know, give me one ticket please." ...
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