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... why I love travelling.
So I ordered a salad at Element Fresh. It was delicious. The four of us talked about school and then headed to a Japanese underground street to buy some dessert. I got so excited, as I was a little homesick by then and ended up buying Taiyaki and Japanese style crepe. Edward and I ate a lot. Monica was like, "You're in China and you can't be eating Japanese food!" but I did anyways :)
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Back in Shanghai we decided to do a girls day. So we first went to one of my favourite places in the Tianzifang – the Kommune. They have great coffee, best cocktails ever and good food. So we had some nice wraps for breakfast (the Peking Duck one was so delicious!) and some fresh juice and then we walked the streets of the Tianzifang to buy some lucky cats. After that we walked (too long) the French Concession to find a nice nail shop to do our nails. After a ...
... he sold all the tickets, making a clear £800!!! Amazing.
Bowling Saturday night, lunch on Sunday, and watching the Bahrain F1 race at the James Joyce on Sunday evening, another weekend had passed by.
A whirlwind of a few weeks, Shanghai left us wanting to travel more, and to go back there as well – we didn’t really get much chance to explore the city as we were so busy with the race, so we’ll definitely go back. Looking at ...
... the current death toll is up to 10, and I think there are another 20 cases of the virus. Poultry market workers have been made to cull their stock, and we have been encouraged to dob any neighbours in who do not kill any birds they might have. The familiar sight of the chicken guy (he has a cart with live chickens, you choose the one you want and he will wring it's neck and pluck it for you while you wait) outside the school gates of Tian 2 ...
... to form these dramatic mountains. It reminds me a lot of Thailand, around Phi Phi island (minus the ocean and beautiful beaches). The city of Guilin being one of the smallest ones we had visited and even had a few tree lined streets. Our accommodation was nice at the Ming Palace Youth Hostel and as far as I’m concerned any place with a rooftop terrace is all right by me. It also had two resident cats so Joseph and I felt a little closer to home. ...
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