Belgravia Serviced Residence
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... Mark led. He took us to a poor village street market, to give us a good view of other parts of the city.
The buildings were close, and pretty run down. The buildings were the apartments of the villagers, and had no plumbing. The clothes were washed by hand, and hung out on racks out of the window to dry. Over the street.
The village was very interesting. The streets were ...
... cage since I was here in 2001. They have flower shops, fish shops, pet shops and insect shops. The Chinese are very fond of crickets and feel they bring good luck and harmony into a house. So there are shops that sell crickets and cricket cages to keep them in. These are all handmade. They can be made of bamboo or wood, I got one made of sandalwood. So my quest is over. Tomorrow we go out again. It is supposed to be a little warmer. I hope so.
... This is the preferred method of exercise for elderly people. It helps to maintain their flexibility and balance. Additionally it provides proper balance of positive and negative energy in their life. Cool! Maybe we will get out there with them while we are here.
We learned interesting facts about Chinese culture from our guide Zoe while traveling to see Yu Gardens and the Shanghai Museum.
For instance, we all know about the one child rule ...
... funny & at this point we reckon we can get a good deal. We begin to shop big time. I'm not saying what we bought, Georgie - you'll like it. Paola - I've sent it in the post to mum's, don't steal my stuff. Rosa then comes to meet us and we have a little Chinese lesson over lunch. Adam gets his Chinese name, apparently Anna can be translated so i don't get to create one. I wanted to be mystical lady or something. That evening we head for diner (western style) and a few drinks. ...
... of our meal. I opted for an arugula salad, topped with dried shaved mozzarella, mushrooms and truffle oil. This was followed by lemon-ginger seared scallops and, though we were full, we couldn't resist dessert. I ate at Mr. and Mrs. Bund with two colleagues, Adam and Sherry, to celebrate the end of a project, so we ordered three desserts to share. One was a traditional chocolate lava cake, which was great. But far more interesting were the other ...