Gloria Plaza Hotel Kangqiao Shanghai
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... wants to do different things, and when you aren't too familiar with how people tend to spend their spare time, how do you know where to go and what to do! Shanghai is a huge place with an array of activities to get involved in, but as a English speaker it is terrifying exploring solo. Since the recent disappearance on my iPhone, the ...
... Still, the ever present spectre of the Chinese construction. The west lake was definitely relaxing, and I really liked grandma's, a great resutuarant around there. it had a line, so we waited up at a starbucks. Two local chinese university student's approached us and asked us to do a survey about the town- it reminded me of some of my friend in university, trying to get others to do those psychology surveys to have sufficient participants.
We then travelled to ...
... The weather was grey and cold. This was unexpected as we only packed summer clothes. Uh - oh. Guess we might have to do some shopping!
Is so cheap! You can get a full meal for NZD $5! Bubble tea is just as cheap at NZD $1! The chinese shop in Newmarket is charging far too much.
Our first dinner we had hotpot. Due to language barriers, we had to guess what we were getting. Thankfully, we got what we ...
... and have succeeded in those classes, so I have faith that I can pull through and take this one down as well.
Now that I've become more comfortable with my schedule, I think it's time to get out there and start going on adventures again. Back in Beijing, I was going out and exploring almost every day but I've become a bit stagnant over the past month in Shanghai. If I don't start having more adventures, I won't have anything to write about after a while. However, that ...
... 20,000. We saw a single, beautiful loose pearl of superlative quality; it was over 12mm in diameter and absolutely flawless; the one pearl cost over £12,500. :-)
I didn't buy anything as I wanted to get some loose pearls and have the satisfaction of making my own necklace, rather than buy one ready made.
After the pearl farm we were once again back on the bus to be taken to a restaurant for our lunch. We sat at round tables which ...