Holiday Inn Express Meilong
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... I'll need to invest in a pair of high heal sandals soon but I'm not confident that they will be comfortable. - The Chinese people LOVE children. Drew is a real head turner. He is enjoying giving out our business cards and little gifts we brought to China to any child we meet that is about his age. - There is so much yummy authentic Chinese food here. This will be a FUN foody vacation for us. Shanghai Day 1 Our first breakfast ...
... over the knee socks. They are also obsessed with their smart phones. They are on them constantly. They even carry battery packs with them to use them longer. There is definitely less spitting in Shanghai. We have also only seen one child having a wee in the street. Which I still don't understand as there are public toilets everywhere and they are free to use. We saw a mother letting their child wee on the garden of the architecture of Shanghai ...
... scans the girl’s faces that are present,
and realises that Eleanor, Jocelyn, and Simone are absent. With a dash back to
their dorm, Dr Zee finds them blissfully asleep. Hesitant to wake them from their
slumber, Dr Zee continues, leaving instructions that the girls had to be
dressed in full, and had only 6mins left to make it to the canteen for
breakfast. Although never doubting her girl’s abilities, Dr Zee wonders if the
girls will ...
... a change of scenery so we jumped on a 300km/h bullet train to the city of Hangzhou. This city is famous for its gardens, gigantic lake and the tea that is grown on the hills that surround it. We strolled through the city and covered a large section of the lake taking in the historic bridges, a water show and the gardens which are said to have inspired many other gardens in China and surrounding ...
... I don't know if this lady had ever made balloon guns before but she was a pro. By the end, they looked more like bazookas they were so big. It was cute to see the kids running around together and playing outside of school. (Side note on the gun thing: It took me aback at first. Many of my students love to play pretend guns. But, it's a fantasy for them. Police and the army don't carry them, I've only ever seen them twice, when there was money being ...