Courtyard By Marriott Shanghai Xujiahui
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... sales and specials are of the day. There are also stores like Zara, Forever 21 and H&M, and like in all big cities, there are also people walking around the streets trying to get you to buy certain things. Over here, they are obsessed with trying to sell you Rolex watches and these little roller blade wheels you can hook on the back of your tennis shoes. They try to grab your attention by clicking the wheels together near ...
... my actual phone, because she kept pointing at it, saying the words for phone and calling, asking ok? and making a phone with her fingers and holding it to her ear. I thought she wanted to borrow my phone, but she didn't take it from me; maybe she wanted my number or was just asking if I have signal in here?! Wo bu zhi dao! Several bu hao yi si's later and her flight to dalian was called, and she shook my hand and left with a smile.
After a two hour delay we are now boarding ...
... unfortunately I don't have pictures, they wouldn't allow it. But it really was amazing, just very...Asian? People were launched literally 30 feet into the air by giant seesaws, and they would do backflips and land on chairs that were balanced 30 feet up. Pretty incredible.
The final night we were treated to a cruise on the river that runs right through Shanghai, which I don't remember the name of. We were taken during the night, and oddly served Papa John's pizza, ...
... filled me in on the situation. Scotty had come out of his room by this time and mentioned that it was probably the last feasible night to do karaoke if they were going to do it. I suggested to them to do it, because the experience was worth it, hinting at my previous KTV experiences in China.
We all decided to go ahead and do the karaoke. We'd meet up in an hour ready to go. At that time, the USC guy came back and told us the the ill CIEE instructor ...
... stuff that I can't get in China that I can get in Thailand. Plus the occasional gift for those of you who keep in-touch ;-)
So now all I have to do is wait for about 12 hours until I can bask in the warm Thai sun and lets it's neon rays vaporize my chest cold into sea spray. Until then I will just sit here and watch the Chinese lady sitting across from me tear into her two tomatoes like they were apples. There is always something to gawk at in Asia...