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... area of the city.
The shopping district was full of little trinket shops selling little Chinese souveniers and even Candy floss! After a while we decided to get something to eat so we found an overpriced resturant (for Chinese prices) and ordered something blind off the menu as none of us could read Chinese. It tasted rank.
Across the street from the shopping district was a random tank which we decided to play on for a ...
... clips with me to count. Every time I went past the dancing I moved another clip meaning I didn’t have to count & remember.
Those that ‘joined’ me around the park were running (one backwards), walking, scootering, pushing wheelchairs with elderly people on them & cycling.
And me, with no sweat? Well, actually, I was testing my electric bike. There had been some doubt ...
From the Italian Concession, I crossed the Hai River west to explore the famed ancient street with their preserved Late Ming Dynasty Architecture, the 古文化街.
Many of the shops here are selling Chinese ...
... villas to towering skyscrapers.
Upon taking a rest, do try the Pau over in Tianjin. It tastes slightly different from the usual ones that we have here in Singapore:
... the ceiling until I tried to get him to play on the whiteboard, and then he would madly giggle and run around too. With only one TA we couldn't keep them on their chairs and I'm pretty sure they didn't learn a thing. We finished 20 mins early because we were unable to do any of the activities, and to make it worse it was all witnessed by a new boss at the centre! There was really nothing else that we could have done to make it better, but it was still a pretty ...