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Travel Blogs from Shanghai
After a long day and a late night last night, it was kinda tough to get up today.
I heard the big city calling my name though and dragged myself up for breakfast.
While eating, I was thinking about the sheer mass of the city I was about to visit.
There are almost as many people in this city as there are in our whole entire country.
Anyway, we got a cab to the train station and boarded our ...
... a hurry. I suspected I've been ripped off. Anyway...I live and learn. A part of travelling when encounter to something like this. Had to keep moving, to start with finding ATM and bottle of water. Nanjing Road is the main backbone of shopping centres from People's Square to The Bund. I had trouble finding it. I was easy target by these people trying to sell me something useless, obviously for tourists such as wheelies on shoe, throw little sparky ...
... and learn about the assassination of Tsar Nicolas II and his family
...for three or four days in Moscow to spend visiting the Red Square, the Kremlin, and the city in general
Moscow would be the end of the Trans-Siberian/Trans-Mongolian train ride, however I would then like to pop up north to St Petersburg too; it'd be a shame not to see it when I'm so close!
... else and we soon learned that the every inch of highway is used to their advantage…there was a lot of weaving and swerving along the rather large high way. But I was surprised because we could not see the city skyscrapers of Shanghai but rather farms, brick buildings and large apartment building with mazes of rivers everywhere. As we made it around a large bend in the highway, long and behold there appeared the city ...
... adore every last one of them. Honestly, the only thing I would change about my classroom is that I wish that I could be the only American teacher in there. I know that sounds kind of bad. Let me explain. I like the other American teacher (Caitlyn) and I think that she brings a lot to the table. But, we only have 13 students in our class and there are 2 American teachers and 1 Chinese teacher. I have found that it is often difficult to merge our very ...