Grand Park Jiayou Hotel
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We were extremely honoured to be asked to accompany ...
... else. The weather has been warm and pleasant with no rain. I can't help think of HK and the rain we experienced there as well all the umbrellas on the streets. Every shop/business has a device at the door where you put your wet umbrella in and low and behold you have your umbrella wrapped in a plastic bag. This keeps the floor from becoming wet and slippery. As Tim calls it "an umbrella condom". On that note I will sign off for the day. Happy birthday ...
... it to your door for a minimal fee. Andy and I the got the metro from Ji'iang Temple over to Pudong which is the real financial centre of the city of the other side of the river. We went up to the 94th floor of the shanghai World Financial Centre aka the Bottle Opener. Unfortunately due to high pollution levels the views weren't great but it was good times. ...
... old now. The time really does fly by. He is currently sitting comfortably right in front of the heater, doing what cats do best, which is not much. He has received all of his shots, but I have yet to take his manhood. Can't decided if I am going to or not. It just seems somehow different and wrong being here in China. He has been raised thus far as an indoor cat, but he has been going on adventures outside lately. He has also met a few of the other toms that ...
... we already had four cats). We now have a full house of four wonderful Karuss Siamese cats, including our Kim Chi.
Again like Anne, Karen has amazing determination. And she is absolutely selfless. After the death of their severely disabled daughter some years ago, Karen and her husband Russell recently fostered a two year old child suffering from Cerebral Palsy as well as an array of other complex medical disorders. Young Jake is also clinically blind. He ...