Naza International Youth Hostel
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... Lili each weekday, and she speaks English to me, and I speak Chinese to her. It works well.
Daytimes are spent teaching, and I am very happy teaching here. I'll do another blog on that one day.
So that might explain why there are few blog posts these days, and why I still have many entries in draft form. I'll catch up on them while I sit on the metro train next weekend. Night ...
... this volcano sushi that had mashed potatoes on it and then this other sushi that had salmon on it and let me tell you....all of it was amazing! Sadly Jord wasn't feeling all that great so I had to eat most of the Sushi...the things I do for that boy aha. The next day we packed up our stuff and headed to the train station in order to get to Suzhou but before we could get our tickets we had to apparently go on a mission. After finding out ...
... the asking price on a few mementoes. We taxied here and there and our confidence doing this has certainly grown in the time we have been in China.
It was back to the hotel for our transfer to Pudong at 1.00pm and the Ramadan Hotel turned out to be a very nice 5 Star establishment and a great way to end our holiday. The only thing to spoil our stay there was when I missed a step (for the zillionth time) and fell headlong on to the highly ...
... dish, fried shrimp paste rolls, and pan fried dumplings. The food was incredible and the atmosphere was wonderful. I would definitely recommend this place. A quick walk to the Bund since it's close by to walk off dinner (again). It's late so we grab a cab back to the hotel. We have just had a very busy day, my feet hurt, and I need a bed. I have to say, Shanghai just feels good. The energy here is different and certainly noticeable. I'm convinced I'll be back ...
... He told me that even though I don't teach at his school, I am still in the "inner circle" or the "circle of Fockers" (Meet the Parents reference) because I take care of one of his teachers.
After dinner, all of Lindsey's co-workers except Caitlyn went grocery shopping at the Carrefour in Gubei. Lindsey and I wanted to go out and have a few drinks. Caitlyn didn't need to go grocery shopping and came along with us to have some fun. We went to the Apartment first. ...