Best Western Pudong Sunshine Hotel
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... vendors, oh and all the lighted advertisements are in Chinese. Once we made our way past all of the Gucci, Prada and Chanel stores; we arrived at the Bund. The lights from the Pearl Tower, Aurora building and other skyscrapers illuminated off of the glistening river. We definitely had a tourist moment with our cameras and excited school children smiles. The next day was just as action packed as our first. Again, a city this big; add a few more days to the stop ...
... square in the center of campus, where he played with a flock of CHINESE ONLY CHILDREN - all "onlies" and watched by their grandparents, with few actual mothers and fathers in sight. I did meet one mom, my age, who spoke decent English. Fascinating, and more on that later.
We are finally and desperately learning Mandarin, some basics anyhow, and Sweet Pea picked up "hello" (pronounced NEE-how) and "thank you" (kinda like ...
... The cave itself is pretty cool, I imagine it would be the perfect place for Batman’s lair. The lights were super tacky but actually kinda fun.
The next day we checked out of our place in Guilin and headed down to Yangshou. We decided to take the scenic route via a boat down the Li River. This part was actually the most beautiful. We sailed down the river as the huge towering rock formations passed us by. It was also a chance for us to ...
... it happened, that farmer was there, that day and we got to see him! He is pretty old. We wondered if it was really him, or just a guy they hired to sign autographs and make money. Who really knows.
There were several sites of the warriors. On the way to the actual museum area, we passed an extremely large hill. Our tour guide (named James, of course) told us that the emperor who had these warriors built had this man-made hill built to enclose his tomb. Inside was a mote made ...
... no Mandarin and hand motions. So frustrating. The drive to my apartment was about an hour in the school van and we talked the whole way here. When we got in, he showed me the apartment and sat down to give me a map, Chinese currency (RMB or yuan) and the keys to get in. After he left, I was here by myself and decided to unpack some things as well as take pictures of my apartment. I wanted to prove to everyone back home that I was ...
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