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... But no....she just seemed to go into a mood because he didn't laugh when she did. I told him to go and run his fingers under the tap in the bathrooms which he duly did.
When he returned a mere, twenty seconds later, I realised this wasn't someone who had any first aid knowledge at all. With his girlfriend now looking like she was sucking on several lemons, she continued to ignore him as he sat back down. I kept an eye on him for a ...
I have never realized how much I value silence or quieter setting until now. Let me set the scene:
Jet lagged. Passed out the night before around 11pm because you were so hungry that you had to go find something to eat and it didn't turn out to be a quick thing. So you crawl into bed knowing that you have to wake up at 7:15 for a full day of training. The silver lining being that there is a 2 hour break for ...
... going to smell and look like a dead badger for a whole day. I bounced out of the cubicle to be greeted by my colleagues and quickly asked if all was well it was and they followed suit to the shower. One by one I hasten to add. Whilst there we drank tea, coffee used the wifi updated trip advisor to explain how to get a shower on arrival in Shanghai all for £38 for three, remarkable.
Happy and clean, smelling of jasmine we were met by our driver and ...
... and ask someone for my package?! UUUUUUUGGGGGHHHHH!!!!!! Why would you just let anyone sign for it?!
I was fuming by the time he called me back.
"Uhh...we have the signature for your package but it is a little hard to read..."
"It looks like....uuuuhh....maybe...Who-lee....ye s, Wholee Row-barts? Do you know this person?"
Uh oh. Oh gosh, I did receive a package last Saturday. They must have redelivered ...
... rest of China may feel in a decade's time.
Rain on the first day drove us indoors to the Shanghai Museum. A great (and free) way to consolidate what we'd learnt about China so far - including the paintings, the calligraphy, the porcelain and the jade. In the afternoon, souvenir shopping in the old town was another great way to stay out of the rain.
The rest of the weekend was sun, sun, sun. So we filled our time admiring the ...