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... actually ate almost properly in a Chinese restaurant. This was the first in this trip. The view was great from the balcony. You can see the lake, the bridge and fish and even turtles. Shan had so much fun looking for the turtles on the bridge before the dinner. She was thrilled to find them again from the 3rd floor balcony! When it was getting dark, the buildings lightened up, it looked so beautiful.
What a nice day today!
... 10 photos in all. We're gonna miss this when we leave (NOT). We also caught some of Shanghai's famous Nanjing St, with bright lights, endless shops and 1000's of people. We woke the next morning to screams and breaking glass outside in an alley below our 4th floor dorm. Thinking it was a fight kicking off, we joined our room mates at the window to find 2 paramedics carrying out a bodybag surrounded by locals crying. This was a shocking start to the day and ...
... We saw People's Square, which is a large park in the middle of
Shanghai. It has a nice pond and is the location of the Shanghai Museum. Then
we went down to the Bund, where all the action is. In the first two days we saw
the Oriental Pearl Tower and the Shanghai World Financial Center. We went back
across the river and saw the Yuyuan Gardens and the City God Temple. In the
temple we burned the sticks that everyone else was, even though ...
... br> Today on my walk home from work, I tried some different street vendor food that was suggested by one of my other co-workers. It was a handmade bread roll with a chopped up meat inside. Lindsey and I both thought they were good. They cost 1.50 RMB (about $0.25) a piece. I'm sure I will be buying more in the future. It was also raining pretty hard for my entire walk home. I should probably buy an umbrella. I was quite wet by the time I got home. Other than that, I have nothing new to report.
... I'm finally updating our blog!
Things have been NUTS! As usual, really. But recently, it has been more chaos. We have both been getting ready for the end of the regular school year and preparing for summer school. First, however, Xi'an.
Actually, before I recount Xi'an, I have to start with the story of Jamie injuring his knee.
One day, while I was at work, Jamie decided to go shopping and get some lunch (he really IS fashionista, now!) Well, as he ...