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... next door gets finished. It beats all in buildings top trumps. It is also the highest place to take a pee without leaving the ground... It has to be done. It is quite pricy to go up but there are concessions for pensioners. Up on the skywalk we met a European blind man who was having a guided visit. Why not? The humidity was quite high so none of us saw too far into the distance. Perhaps he just likes lifts. OK so we made sure we arrived at the station in good time to get out ...
... Shanghai I was told by some very friendly but unyielding officials that I could not enter the country. They could give me a visa for 24 hours, but I would have to prove that I would leave before it expired. I gulped and asked them if I could use their phone to call the airline that I had booked my onward journey with (Asiana) or Expedia, whom I booked through. I was told that that would be fine, except that neither was based in China and they didn't have a phone ...
... again remind them how important it is to obey their sponsors, for their own SAFETY. Shanghai is not South Tulsa. Unsupervised "walkabouts" to Starbucks are not permitted, nor is leaving hotel rooms,romping in the hallways, or not being with their buddies as they head down to breakfast.
Tomorrow we see several museums, the "French Quarter," and take a river cruise. We will be discouraging swimming.
Heading home is still going to be ...
... busting off our clothes, we headed home.
You're gonna need a bigger boat.
As a continuation of our super fun research on ever-pleasant teens' use of Weibo, we hosted a discussion group on Saturday. After another trying day of local adolescents ignoring our questions by playing on their phones (which ironically supported some of our initial hypotheses), I needed to let my hair down.
Lucky for ...
... service of a degree that I haven’t received in many restaurants. The waiters even wear trousers and waistcoats, which quite frankly out-shines many of the bars and restaurants that we have in England.
The night time is once again spent drinking a considerable amount of alcohol and eating some great street food. In my short time here, I have found the street food to be by far the best food around. Although the same cannot be said for the alcohol, with the beer ...
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