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... down. The meal was really nice, the place was clean and it was cheap! We returned back to our room, caught up on emails, and the travelpod, we went on Skype to Melanie and Nikki, finally seeing them and Shani. I also realised finally my iPad had the VPN that I download before leaving Adelaide, which meant Facebook!!! And also Messenger too. Yay for technology. Thought we were going to have an early night tonight, but already it's late so obviously ...
... blow drying their hair at 3am is acceptable, we didn't get much sleep! Today some renovation work was being done and the whole hostel stank of paint stripper. On the plus side, being opposite the bathroom meant one step out of our door and we had access to sinks and mirrors! Anyway, the morning was spent walking along the bund admiring the river and its surrounding buildings. We walked for a solid 2-3 hours before arriving at a market that we'd planned to see in ...
... to want to go on some adventures, everything is getting stale.
Shanghai's winters are wet and cold (but rarely freezing), never sunny and warm, weather gets to everyone after a few months of it. My umbrella is with me nearly everyday, water sloshes all over my shoes, although our school office is heated the floors and open areas are still cold because they are made of stone. Living in this darkened world of water ...
... if they would be interested in going on a date with them. No pressure there!
Lunch was filled with pork. Chloe thought the one beef dish was very chewy, not the best. Vegetables and noodles are our new friends. Shep, I think you might be right about the food here is China... looks we have just discovered the next new fad diet.
If the kids didn't get big heads riding in a limo on the way to the airport like rockstars, they sure have them ...
... in fridges, everywhere. I pointed and pointed till my finger almost fell off.
The women working in there were so utterly amused at having a foreigner in their midst that they grabbed my arms, pulling me towards different areas of the kitchen. Displaying new and more exotic foods to me. Gesturing wildly at some unknown ingredient.
Needless to say, we ate like Queens of the Yangtze! And to top it off, the total meal, drinks and all, only cost 63RMB ...