Crowne Plaza Century Park Shanghai
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... beautiful space offered respite from the streets. Phoenix trees shaded the paths and the wide boulevard in the centre. The lawns and paths were edged with azaleas, roses and camellias. Small groups and individuals practised their tai-chi; the elderly walked or exercised; some danced while younger men worked on their martial arts moves with tutors. On the grey flagstones in the central boulevard, an artist painted columns of ...
... something you can say, ah, this has happened. No it's more subtle than that. When you go to another country and you are different, you become a 'foreigner'.
In Chinese, the word for foreigner is 'lawai'. I didn't know this until very recently, but what I did know was that from the moment I arrived in Songjiang, the smallish suburb of Shanghai I live in (I say smallish because it still has more inhabitants than Wellington) I have become a foreigner, ...
... very charming. We roamed the streets and alleys, checked out the bell tower, took a boat ride, and had a nice lunch...we opted to eat at one of the restaurants in the town. We declined to try the smoked toad, or smoked pigeon...ick!
All in all it was a great day, even if it was the hottest to date. (102 F air temp)...
This week we plan to visit Dapuquaio and the Andy Warhol museum. Next week Mallory is coming for nine days :)
... at various bits of me then runs her hands across my bum for good measure. I was not overly flattered as it appeared she was doing it to everyone, at least in our party. I did think about going through again but that may have seemed a bit sad oh and creepy.
The train was fab we had big plush seats and we were whisked along to a colossal 190mph all smoothly and silently done. A little background on Nanjing would be useful here. It is an ancient ...
... say my first week went really well! My lessons went pretty much as planned and the students knew more English than I was expecting. Worst case, I thought that none of them would be able to communicate with me and all of my lessons would just be me talking at them as they stare at me with blank faces. Luckily, the situation is far from worst case! Of course, my students are quite adorable and I really enjoy spending time with them. I am feeling a lot ...