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... s family's house is about $8000/mo for rent, and the pipes don't hook to a sewer, they instead just go into the ground.
Everyone smokes in Shanghai. On top of the crazy pollution from industry and traffic, everyone smokes. It's gross.
In 1996 Shanghai was mostly farm land. Since they had to grow at such a rapid pace, the infrastructure isn't as strong, nor are the buildings. All cars are less than 10 years old. It is a very big culture shock.
... to the visiting the orphanage once more with Jon, we also decided to check out the Shanghai Aquarium. It was basically awesome! It has the longest aquarium tunnel in the world and I loved seeing fish and see creatures that I've never seen before! I've included two awesome videos: one of the scariest things I've ever seen and one of the most beautiful jelly fish EVER! I've always said that if I had to be an animal, I'd definitely be a jelly fish! They aren't supposed to ...
... can be gainsaid in any culture about mangoes.
For the uninitiated, "lilong" developments, perhaps the most distinctive facet of Shanghai's architectural heritage, are a fusion of Chinese courtyards and Western row houses, tall (four stories) residences, organized in a grid-like pattern with east-west and north-south lanes. Most developments are tucked away from the main thoroughfares, providing an intimate calm despite the urban hum just a few steps from ...
... I have also built some very great friendships and have been honored to share these days and nights with such great people. Traveling has given me a change to see people outside of class, with their guards down, and in turn share sides of me hidden by the day to day life. I've been honored by that glimpse into other people and hope to further build on these relationships. To all my peers, I thank you for that.
We board the Mag Rail (read: one of ...
... each wafer…yummy.
We waddled out a couple of hours after we began the feast and all six agreed it was well worth the extra $20 pp cover charge.
Our final delay for the day
The ship finally left at 7pm instead of 6pm because 2 buses of passengers had not returned from their Princess shore excursions.
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