Cypress Garden Hotel
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... Sadly they didn't have the gyoza which really was the best I have ever had, but they did have the delicious Shanghai dumplings. Also I bought what I thought was a roll of prawn toast, turned out to be a really disgusting fried roll of red bean curd. Urgh I really don't like that stuff. One bite and I was done! Whilst I was eating an old Chinese man came and sat with, looked at me and pretty much walked off. So random. Afterwards I went and walked around Yu Bazaar for a while ...
... After about half an hour, i had decided i was going to leave in half an hour. An hour is an acceptable time to stay right? It finally reached my estimated time of departure. The others who planned on leaving with me wanted to get street food, i ended up joining them and not going for home for at least another hour!
The next day i arose with lots of jobs before we headed to the yellow mountains! It wasn't a very interesting day. Just lots of bartering at the market ...
... like this, or other towns taken over by foreign influence.
Shanghai isn't building like so many other Chinese cities - the beautiful skyline was conspicuously absent of the cranes Josh and I had become so accustomed to. The streets are wide.
The airport was easy. Brad Pitt and Emma Watson are featured on advertisements for watches and makeup. The airport lacked the convenience stores I was looking for so we settled on a few last souvenirs to burn ...
After one month in Shanghai I feel more or less settled, although I miss the peace and quiet of Belgium more as each day goes by, and I still can't stop getting annoyed at the honking cars and the general noise all around. But being settled into Shanghai life does not mean I am settled into school life. I haven’t seen the inside of the library yet but I’ve heard there isn’t much space and it smells like pee… Since the water tank occupies a chair in our room ...
... Andrea a bread stick and she manages to get it down. Needless to say, this wasabi is off limits. Tim joins us and just as we tell him the wasabi will burn his eyeballs, he takes a walloping good sample. Another coronary in the making as he throws down his utensils, grabs some bread and yogurt, and wipes his eyes. Yeah, no more wasabi for us! We finish up and head to the bus. Today, we're off to the Lingyin Temple, "a 1600 year old Buddhist ...