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... I nearly got hit by a bike followed closely by a bus as I attempted to cross the road on a green light. Gary is thinking of getting me one of those kids leads so that he can haul me back in when I'm not seeing the danger. To be fair though the bikes don't worry about the lights and because they are electric bikes you don't hear them. They also don't have any lights on, so give a girl a chance. We were relived to get our washing back from the laundry lady, as again our ...
... for our last dinner in Nanjing. That was really interesting, the floor is raised about 30 cms and is heated. The tables are low and you must take off your shoes and sit on the floor at your table. It was quite cool outside so to have a warm rear end was really pleasant! Gemma had been to this restaurant at least 4 times so she knew what to order and we had a delicious meal with hot tea on the side. We managed to leave once we had finished but it was ...
... you do, please remember that I will always be grateful for the opportunity I had to teach you. I have become a better teacher and a better person because of you. You will always be important to me and I will never forget you. You worked so hard this year, so don't forget to take a moment and be proud of yourselves. I definitely am! I love you all from the bottom of my heart. Thank you!
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We jumped in a taxi and headed to Nanjing road as there were two dumpling places that we wanted to try just off a side street. We got there around midday an the lines were already well formed. We decided to try the steamed dumplings (this place won a trip advisor award last year) and stood in line for a good 40 minutes. The restaurant itself was tiny. You could probably fit around 30 people max. As you enter the door there is a menu in Chinese with different numbers on each ...
... is another 18 hour journey, at least we have beds this time!
We have been really looking forward to Shanghai, however it has disappointed us a little. The city is nice but we haven't found much to do, there seems to be a lack of tourist attractions and cheap activities for travellers. If you have money to blow there is a small area of expensive restaurants & bars, not suitable for our budget. At least our hostel has a rooftop bar which we are making good use ...