Courtyard By Marriott Shanghai Xujiahui
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... in activities around the field track. With tired bodies, the girls
retreat in the evening, a few of them sick again with the effects of a cold and
sore throats. Dr Zee rushes to their aid, and brings much needed fresh hot
lemon and honey drinks…the girls are delighted, and drink their soothing
remedial liquid. Dr Zee bids them goodnight and retreats her own room to
continue her nightly emails and notes. With updates coming through to ...
... INTERNET!!!!! Woo hoo! (Hence these caught up days of blogging!) The campus and the ship were just ok by American standards but probably luxurious by Chinese standards. Actually, my standards are quite low now...AC and a toilet, squatter or not!
I have been with strangers for so long that this is beginning to feel like my real world. I wonder if I will get lonely when I am home by myself again. It will seem very strange indeed. Remember, I never even went away ...
... the area was a little bit sketchy and, since I already stood out, I decided not to draw additional attention to myself. However, I will be going back so expect pictures later when I'm a bartering pro!
I found an AMAZING coffee shop last week. Well, actually, other trainers found it but brought me along to witness it's magnificence. Aside from the completely glorious mocha I had, the owner, who speaks wonderful English, also knows how to ...
... outside was also a little shiny so it may have been brushed with honey or a sugar-water mixture of some kind.
We were pretty bushed afterwards so we rode the subway back home part of the way with Coco and then part of the rest of the way with Rebecca. Those two were so awesome and we absolutely can't thank them enough for taking us along with them today and treating us (they wouldn't let us pay! O_O We'll get them next time for sure! ;D) ...
... one or two key features like this. The Canadian pavilion had bikes that you could ride on a journey through a cartoon version of the best features of Canada in addition to a super cool pool of water that changed colour when you ran your fingers through it. Belgium had a fantastic 360 degree screen which showed a day in the life of lifestyles in Europe in three minutes. Brazil, besides having a million advertisements for Vale mining company, had nifty screens ...