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... to be healthy. Mine was called Pink Journey. So that was also fun. The drinks were delicious, and we spent quite a while there, sitting happily sipping, chatting and observing the people that walked by. Shanghai was more than growing on me by now.
It was getting later, so we hopped back on the bus and made our way slowing back to the Bund. We decided to have dinner somewhere along there so we could make the 6:30 boat that we wanted.
... into the now basically deserted lobby to the elevator banks. Luckily Brian has been here enough that he knew which way to go, so up to the 12th floor we went. Upon arrival we found signs pointing us to the nurses station where they immediately asked 'Mr. Miller?' Yes, that is us! We had a team waiting for our arrival.
... t know this was a maglev train, you would not have noticed any difference.
We now switched to seats facing the opposite direction, so we’d once again be looking forward. The train filled up with a jolly group of Chinese passengers who had just arrived at the airport and were heading into Shanghai. They joked and laughed the entire way. Even though we couldn’t understand what they were saying, it was ...
... the Dean as he had a lot to offer us, and i managed to get a meeting with the professor of 'Theatre in Education', which is what i want to write my disseration on when i do my final year in Leeds.
After the lecture i went with a few of the Leeds students to the muslim restaurant near STA, i didn't eat because i wasn't hungry but i went for the social occasion!
Instead i ate later on, in the same place, with Kate, who is also from Leeds but she is a graduate in French ...
... in bloom, and there was a pond filled with fish. We learned more about the Chinese upper class. It was very interesting to learn about their culture. Not sure Melanie would have abide by the rules then. Nor would I have wanted her to! The parents were very strict in that the young girls had to stay in the homes or the garden so that they would marry someone of means and not the ...