Grand Kempinski Hotel Shanghai
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- Minbar in room
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... served me, before I could even ask, knew I wanted a Japan Rail Pass. When I left all the staff chanted goodbye! As I walked back to the hostel I got some breakfast from one of the street food stalls. It was a breakfast pancake and I asked for ham, cheese and egg. Instead of cheese I got given a bright red sausage thing with a very nondescript type of meat in! Haha so gross I had to bin the sausage, ...
... busy they'll be having a stab at calling out different names, but I just picked up my passport and moved on. There are signs on the passport control desks saying 'nothing to pay here', but money certainly changed hands up ahead as an Asian lady shooshed her mother through. It seemed odd, but didn't affect me and I could walk out to find the exit. Taxi drivers made offers, but the idea of a hotel nearby was to avoid that. I walked the wide, spottedly dark, streets, only ...
... Then we broke up into groups so the ladies could shop and the boys could go hang out where they like to hang out. We did not make it into many shops but that was ok. I found a few items during this shopping trip. We met up at the McDonald's and my group decided to look around the shopping area. We found a pond with a bridge, a tea house, the statue and fountain. Taking photos ...
... my first rodeo. I didn't get off the plane from America this morning, ride to the small suburb of Qibao, put on a bright orange polo, and get in a cab. I should have taken a picture of his name, number and picture, but with my camera tucked away this was far from my mind. I think we handled our first taxi driver trying to jip us experience, and if it ever happens again I will be better prepared. When the three of us got to work, we were hurried out by our boss' ...
... in is called Qibao, and this part of it has a lot of the older buildings that are more traditional looking. We got to see a temple, which was just so beautiful. I just loved it. I'll upload a lot of the pictures I took there so you can see it. Today we are just relaxing because we had a busy weekend and we will be headed to school tomorrow to start getting ready to teach next week!
Here are a few interesting things I've learned about China so ...