Citadines Biyun Shanghai
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Hier der Versuch euch Bilder sehen zu lassen, ohne Facebook :)
Viel mag ich gerade gar nicht schreiben. Vielleicht bei den neuen Bildern dann, die hier sind alt für mich :P
... shops in the market as well while walking through the adjacent gardens. The tang bao in the market had straws to drink the soup and there were lots of fried and baked goods that were delicious! I wish I had enough of an appetite to try everything.
Our evening stop was at the bund. We read about some of the historical buildings along the port and went back in the evening to see the lights from the boats ...
... it done I presume in case they faint as well as people waithing for the nurse just like me. I asked a girl next to me if it hurt, tears filling in my eyes and she said no, so I gave my head a shake and sat down in the chair. The nurse tied a discolored rubber band round my arm and gave my veins a firm slap, as if to say come on girl you pussy, In my tearful state I still managed to notice the lack of sparkly new out of the packet English style needles ...
... variety of statues, vendors, and benches along the walk. Several of the buildings along the Bund side were decorated with Christmas decorations (laurels, lights and trees), which was one of the only reminders that the holidays are approaching. The sky wasn't as clear as when I last came here, but you could see up and down the river for miles.
I didn't see any food that appealed to me and I was getting tired from a day of traveling, so I decided to ...
... to be a load of malarkey (I would use harsher language, but kids are reading this!) I honestly thought Steve's head was going to explode in frustration. So bad.
We then got to debrief as a group. It was great to hear how everyone interpreted the different speakers the past two days. We especially had a great discussion comparing Mao to Stalin and then Deng Xiaoping to Khrushchev. Our ...