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... been hard to believe anything was amiss. To see the young girl you would think butter wouldn't melt in her mouth but it would be enough to make us choke on our tea leaves we think.
Apart from the cool (no - freezing) air today, we were lucky as we had clear blue sky until around lunchtime and even then only slight smog.
We were brave and headed to what seemed a Chinese canteen for lunch. All of the food was displayed in smorgasboard ...
... smoke we bet, "Fire or toxic pollution" since the plume usually goes away in 10 minutes, toxic pollution usually wins.
This morning we went to breakfast. Well, apparently we were late, because there was NO food left. at all. we have gone at the same time everyday, but since the training is occurring, there was no food left. So, for breakfast it was a yogurt and some "English-Style Bread" aka, a muffin from the C-Mart- ...
... the boys and some by all the girls; but one grade five class had a boy called HP sing all the verses solo, with the rest of the class joining in for the chorus. He had a really nice voice, which was pretty unexpected! The final class to perform was Grade Five Class Two, and they did the longest performance out of the ones I saw, with much more talking than the others and two songs. Check out the pictures for the outfits they were wearing!!!!
I had two classes in the ...
With Alivia needing to head off to work,we split. I went back to my hotel to sleep, she to work..poor thing.
Next off, was catching up with another Aussie mate from the Tote days, Sarah. As a big night of drinking & eating was expected, I did not bring my camera......A lot of fun was had & I must recommend the Basil cocktails at Sichuan Citizen
Exodus - Bonded by Blood
... to follow Oliver’s instructions to wear my new dress and follow him. As we were on the subway he tricked me a few times into thinking we were going somewhere that we weren’t and at one point he got off the train without telling me. After 3 subway changes and about an hour of travelling I finally knew where we were. Shanghai F1 race track. The place looked deserted though, we expected a few tourists and sign posts but there was nothing. We started to doubt that it ...
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