Golden Island Hotel Shanghai
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... the rights, as if nothing happened! There were many street vendors around. One of them holding a few stainless steel loops in his hands, skillfully playing with them. He showed me two separate loops in a demonstrating way, then tried crossed one into the other, only being warded off and giving off clinking sound. But then a miracle happened. He made a loop crossed into the other, two loops now became interlinked. I came close to examine the loops and found no ...
... Shanghai were all shopping at the same time in the same store. We were finally close enough to make out what it was. We looked around and saw that it was busy as we had warned it would be but not really any busier than your average Wal-Mart in Orlando. Then we noticed that the employees in the grocery departments were wearing microphones and hawking their products via loudspeakers. Imagine the annoying messages you often hear while shopping, ...
... to the city centre by myself before and I had to be there for 9am to meet Hua. Having spoken to the other teachers in my office to get directions and bus/train times I felt quite confident when setting my alarm for 5.30am the next day. I begrudgingly slithered out of bed in the morning and hopped on a tricycle to hitch a lift to the bus station. The man or should I say 90 year old riding the tricycle that was pulling me along seemed as fit as a fiddle, cig in mouth and not even ...
Our first full day in Shanghai and we have so much to do and see... how do you decide where to start first? I think we couldn't make this decision, so we just started walking. We walked straight down Fuzhou Road as far as we could go. Little to our knowledge, there were aspects of this street that would call to our inner self and beg us to explore further. I can tell you're wondering what I'm talking about here...
Stationary, art supplies, books and pens... lots ...
... our arrival time, but still it feels very awkward. Sitting at the table completely stone faced is Jenny's mother and the brother-in-law's mother, plus Jenny's sister and niece. The table is jammed with dishes, perhaps none hot anymore, plates doubled up - some to be avoided at all costs: like the turtle still in recognizable form. There are chicken feet, plums of some sort, a fabulous chicken skewer, two soups, one with good meat balls in it, another with enormous meat ...