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... 6879997253418px;">We hung around for a bit and we allowed to check in on the second attempt. Once we were through security we went on a food hunt with our vouchers ending up in an Italian restaurant for an unexpectedly good pizza after our previous western food experiences. As we had nothing to do but wait until our flight was called we found some seats and settled in for the long haul. Having managed to get the time of 1am out of some of the airport staff we didn't do much until ...
... Jiedi also made a friend by asking the man next to us if he's been to the dinosaur park #priorities (he hadn't) and then we arrived at the one and only (not) Howard Johnson (aka Howie) Hotel near People's Square. Unfortunately Howie himself was busy and was unable to greet us at reception... :( After a cheeky little swim in the gorge swimming pool, we took a stroll along Nanjing Road on a quest to find... Forever ...
... of the day and wash their hair in our trough sink then blow dry all of them in 40 minutes. Thankfully none of the kids in my class had it but it was like a plague in another class. By the end of the day, Lice-tober 011 (as I will now woefully remember it) had wiped out 11 of 15 preschool kids. Every time one of my kids so much as lifted their hand in the direction of thier head I had a mini panic attack. Is anyone else's head itching yet?
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... driver. The hotel certainly wasn’t anything to write home about – I gave it a very generous two stars at best! We were given a very smoky smelling room, and when I went back to reception to ask for a non-smoking room, I was astonished to be told that there wasn’t such a thing – all of the hotel rooms were smoking rooms!! Fortunately they were able to move us to another room that didn’t have anywhere near as bad a smell, and we didn’t feel like we ...
... about. This journey took me through a creepy but extremely awesome abandoned side street which I would deem the most ghetto area I've seen in Shanghai. It was covered in graffiti, bordered some housing projects, and contained one super fantastic abandoned building. Finally, I arrived at my destination in an area called "M50", only to discover that it had gone out of business. But, c'est la vie. The M50 area itself - an artsy, chic, lofts and studios type area - ...