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... so proud of our achievements by the end of the evening. I love China for this very reason. You just never know what is going to happen! The next week we were not late, so we had the pleasure of experiencing how to walk in line. No bull! We were sent to a back room, where, once everybody was gathered, we then marched in single file back to where we had come from!!! Why? Dunno. Don't ask. That evening we learnt the history of the Song Dynasty ...
... noticed that a lot of people smoke and they can smoke almost anywhere. When we saw the price of a packet of smokes is NZ$1.50 we could understand. I was mortified when a young girl offered to give up her seat for me on the bus. Such a nice gesture, but really, isn't that reserved for old people!!!! Tomorrow we will be packing for our return home. We have had an amazing experience both here and in Hong Kong and hopefully we will be back in Shanghai if business goes ...
Today Melinda met up with us in Shanghai, and shared the news that she will be staying with us the whole time here, and staying with us through Taiwan and Hongkong.. exciting! Our first visitor! We spent the day on the bund (waterfront infront of the skyline) and more shopping. While on the bund we were surrounded by crowds taking our photos, asking to be in ...
... is a tradition of honoring children. The groom's mom gave both Aoife and Kiera red envelopes with money inside. I wasn't expecting this and put the money in my purse quickly before the kids started flashing it around. We were seated at round table with other people from Ronan's work. I estimate there were 30 or more round tables that could each seat 10 people. Supposedly, Chinese wedding receptions can be up to 800 people. They invite everyone they know. Our driver was ...
After a 2 hour flight, a night on the cold tile floor at the KL airport, a 5 hour flight, and a 3 hour bus ride, I found myself, backpack in tow, squeezed in a metro car in Shanghai at what could only be rush hour. Just when I thought the car couldn't get any fuller, it stopped at a station that had about thirty people waiting at each car entrance. I mumbled 'good luck' to these people under my breath and let out a smirk, knowing that they would have to wait for the next metro. Oh ...