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... near as nice.
Many of the restaurants it is safe to eat in are located in shopping centres and Miki took us to one of her favourites before we hit the streets again. We saw tubs filled with sharks, eels and interesting vegetables such as one that looked like a dark green flower although not the nicest to eat apparently. Clothes are hung to dry on hangers in the streets and in one memorable place, grundies were hanging from the live wires. That's one ...
... this before, but it was quite hilarious with many people who are older than me and have advanced degrees! This activity starts with everyone holding out their pointer finger on each hand and have a hula hoop placed on all of the fingers. The object is to lower the hula hoop to the ground without having anyone's fingers leave the bottom of the hula hoop. One of the teachers actually started blowing on it and said it helped her lower it! It was quite hilarious. There were many ...
... really, and since it was raining, business for the shops was affected--they were more than happy to give me a 'good price', a 'friendship price' for anything I was ready to buy. I never seem to learn to keep a little space in my luggage. There were some beautiful artifacts I would have loved to add to my house, but space did not permit. If you are looking for souvenirs, the area around Yu Garden is a great place to find some Chinese pieces. Unless you ...
... really gave me a better understanding of Shanghai and made my experience in Shanghai a lot more fun. I really enjoyed it and I was sure I wouldn't. It was a nice surprise. If you are planning< to visit Shanghai try to make sure that the Shanghai Urban Planning Exhhibition Hall is one of the first places you go. It will give you a much better understanding of Shanghai ...
Only a few more weeks left in Shanghai of which I will spend nearly two weeks in Cambodia. I am starting to do things for the "last" time. Transferring the metro at People's Square, book club meetings, photography lessons, crossing Nanpu bridge, the view from the SWFC, the skyline of Pudong at night etc etc.
There are things I'll miss about Shanghai and living in China but also lots of things I won't miss!
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