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... This was THE BEST foot massage I have ever had!! There were 3 of us-our” leader” was a woman who has lived in Shanghai for 4-5 years. She definitely knows her way around the city.
We were escorted into a dimly lit room with several comfortable chairs, pillows, footstools. We were immediately served herbal tea and a plate of fresh fruit. The masseurs walk in with a wooden bucket lined with plastic (that's the sanitary part) filled with ...
... the buildings are more traditional. It is a nice mix of old and new. From the map, we thought we could walk to Yuyuan Gardens. It is walkable but what the map doesn't tell you is that you have to cross 10 laned roads. :( Also, it was very windy and with the lack of winter clothes, we had to head back to the hotel to rug up.
This is like a big version of Chinatown. There are lots of little shops ...
... gift, which was a little bigger than a shooter of whisky. We headed back out onto Nanjing road, which is a beautiful sight at night. (*note: I take terrible night pictures, sorry.)
The four of us walked towards the Bund to find a restaurant to eat dinner at. Along the way, there were many vendors trying to sell us silly light up souvenirs, and of course AJ bought some. At first be bought a light up spinner that you shoot into the air and it is supposed to slowly ...
Due to no internet connection, a crazy teaching schedule, and trying to get adjusted to China, I wasn't able to update my blog. I will start posting pictures and then write about them later.
Leaving California was harder than I thought it would be. On the day of, I didn't know how I felt. Everyone, as in my friends and family, wanted to take me to the airport but it would have been too much of a hassle if they'd drive their own ...
... issues will allow the status quo to continue here for quite some time. The West (like other developing countries, eg in Africa) is captive to China's massive growth and will succumb to their demands, with barely a whimper. (UPDATE: 29/2 - I'm seeing on Asia TV footage of riots in north-western China. Apparently 12 people are dead and they're still ongoing. Its an ethnic/religious stouch involving Muslims and other miorities over border areas in the Xinjiang ...
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