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... probably the most delicious thing i've eaten since being here!
We decided to go for a hot drink afterwards, we went to this lovely quirky cafe and stayed for hours, chatting about everything and anything.
After being out for a long time and a few hours chilling, me and louise went for a pedicure which was amazing! Had tea with the rest of the gang at the beautiful muslim place, and then went to a gig.
Which was really fun. It was ...
... as much. I do think there are other parts of the former French concession that are probably more interesting to visit, but time didn't permit and also I think in these other areas it would be best to go with a guide who specialised in local history.
In Germany "Paulaner" would not be my beer of choice, but it was enjoyable to have a beer at their brauhaus in Xintiandi. And at Tianzifang I enjoyed lunch at Kommune, probably the first of the new wave of cafes there. It ...
... styles. And any of you that know me well know that I am not very aggressive. I don't have a dominant personality, so it's hard for me to stand up for myself or how I think things should go. When I try, it causes a lot of tension and I pretty much hate tension. It's been a bit exhausting. As a teacher, it's important to feel like you have some sort of control in your classroom and it's difficult when there are so many teachers and not so many students. ...
... of foreigners. We look at a chemist shop for possible cough remedies, but it is all too hard, as no sign of English on the packaging. We get occasional sprinkles of rain, but nothing serious, and no sunshine. The product of the day according to the street hawkers, is clip-on rollers to turn shoes into two-roller skates.
The Bund still looks good. Get some good, but pretty grey, photos of the Pudong side, boats on the river, and ...
... the meals in this rich, foreign dominated walkway were very expensive. We spent a little more time just talking since our food took just about forever to order. I also got to enjoy a very rare royalty in China – Garlic Bread. Man it was delicious. We finished up dinner with a trip down to the bakery for desert. As I promised, the street really came alive at night, and the others were amazed at its elegance that brought us into a world far from the ...
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