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We had breakfast late and then rushed slightly to meet Christina for our big day of walking around Shanghai. In the rush I misjudged a posh ceiling to wall cupboard door and opened it painfully on my toe and gashed it. YF who has all the first aid organised put a plaster on it, and I tried to ignore it while I shuffled around Shanghai. I got little sympathy from the kids when I mentioned this, and Adam wondered why I didn't normally get injured opening doors back ...
... an Brit living in Johannesburg, complete with a "major" moustache, pipe and cravat. Full day today, off to the museum (again but it is crazy good), then The Bund, The Old Town and a night tour. Somewhere we we squeeze in lunch and dinner. The food is great, and lots of it. Beer is cheap (outside the hotel), a 500ml can of Heineken is around ¥12, which is about $2.20.......bargain. More soon. 5pm. Big day so far. Museum, The Bund, Jinmao Tower ...
... Another surreal moment.
Everyone we met was so friendly, and we felt very welcome there. We found Po after his meetings & de-briefs, reluctantly had to give the passes back L and said our goodbyes, wishing so much we could be there again on the Sunday, alas no!
Still on a high, I decided it wasn’t right to be gutted at not seeing / meeting my main man Jenson Button, and I figured that a girl couldn’t have it all!!
... 1500s by a wealthy politician, the Yu Gardens feature a number of fun-shaped doors that can be used to explore gestures to welcome the year of the snake or teach fathers about popular Korean music video stars.
Friends and Family
While my mom was doing her in-depth, pre-trip research, she found a cafe that she absolutely knew Wenying and I would love. Central Perk! A replica of the cafe from Friends! Not ...
... many of my coworkers asked why we chose to visit Shanghai during this major festival. I had no good answer, except to say I was acting like any other Chinese person by enjoying the extra time off of work for a bit of travel and fun.
Though next year, I think I may just go home (to the U.S.) for some much more available peace and quiet.
*thanks to Wikipedia for links to information.