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... you they're all 'genuine' - in name and material - not. When I queried one lady about whether a bag was leather, she held a cigarette lighter next to it. But she knew I doubted her still (i.e. not about to fall for it) and said: look lady, you go, you are wasting my time. :-)
One place showed me how you can easily take off the fake Mulberry label or whatever. There are even optical shops and all of the frames I saw in the first few shops were copies too. ...
... to the base of the Oriental Pearl tower which is even more impressive up close, such a crazy looking structure. We went up to the viewing platform with its glass floor, open deck where we soaked in all off Shanghai and had an ice cream to boot. But the Ice cream hit poor Áine's tooth wrong and for about 20mins I feared for the Chinese, as it looked as if she could scream down Pearl tower. After getting back to the hotel I didn't get as far as taking my socks off before i fell ...
... got a 9 layer dip and Scott got the 9 layer dip burrito. We talked with the manager for a bit after we ate and learned that there are 13 Peter's Tex Mex's in China, and one of the four owners is from Texas. Pretty cool! Scott and I couldn't find a cab home, so we took the metro and sang Christmas carols to each other on the walk home. We were very tried,so we laid on the couch and watched "Elf" and then went right to bed. An interesting Christmas, one that I will not ...
... who exactly they were, never got introduced) helped us with our bags into the school bus. The school bus was the cutest thing I’ve ever seen. It’s bright, pretty yellow with fun, Asian-ish stickers on the side. On the 45 minute ride to our apartment, Morgan filled us in on everything. He is such a sweet, caring man. Scott wants to be his best friend and I can’t blame him. One of the teachers I’ve been in contact with called Morgan making sure he was actually ...
... no want spice' in Mandarin, other than that, we'll try anything. Oh yeah, and to avoid heavy metals, drink only bottled water.
Couchsurfing has been a blessing for us so far, especially in Shanghai (couchsurfing.org). Daniella and Steve helped us with that important transition in the first few days. They are a couple from Wisconsin that seem to have adapted pretty well to this city and country except for the lack of good ...
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