Golden Island Hotel Shanghai
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... July 14th. Yeah!!!
Part Time Work
With a bit of extra time on my hands, I’ve found a few people who I will teach English on a part time basis. I wanted to put together a few extra dollars for Europe before heading back. I should start any time now.
These last few days I’ve also taken my Chinese language a lot more seriously. I am spending more time bettering my lingual skills. My only regret is that ...
... is so much to do for such a long period of time, however, according to us one full day or even half-day is enough. We can certainly recommend this place. Even though it´s so close to Shanghai they are nothing alike. It´s like comparing the presence and the past.
In order to get back to Shanghai we caught a public bus again. Later that evening we went for another short walk along the Nanjing Road. We witnessed even more people than during the day. Last but not least ...
... the hook but unfortunately that was not happening tonight. It is, after all, Wednesday night. The day had turned to night and the night was slowly turing to day as we stopped at a few other after hours establishments. We definitely tied one on and justifiably so, as it had been way too long since our paths had crossed. After sleeping the next morning away, the following day we cruised around the city again. The next Shanghai surprise for me is that, from what I ...
... road is the equivalent to Times Square in NYC. It was a peaceful walk, but very humid. I saw a ton of groups doing TaiChi and practice sword fighting. Fun Fact, Starbucks in Shanghai doesn't open till after 7. I then at breakfast at the hotel. The hotel breakfast has been a mix of western and eastern foods. Great French Toast. (I fear this was my last western breakfast... more to come).
I guess I should talk ...
... are scrubbed down, my toes are even, filed and a bright shade of pink, and my legs smell like a pina colada. How quickly my anxiety is silenced by pampering.
Then we met James for an early supper at the restaurant next door, Sichuan Citizen, which we had read about in our Shanghai guidebook which was described as the place to go for a spicy fix. And was it ever. The cold I had going on felt almost completely gone by the time I ...