Green Court Serviced Apartment
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... have had in a long time! Saturday was an early morning, there was shopping to be done and the markets were waiting. We had a delicious breakfast of fresh bagels, cream cheese, and smoked salmon. After breakfast we hit up the market which was located under the subway near the technology museum. We spent the rest of the morning there. In fact we were there until 2. We had so many bags- we bought nock off purses, hunter boots, lulu, ...
... flys is coated with fly spray. The wee electric bikes cost around 200 Yarn and you can drive them once you reach 15. Although apparently there are lots out there without a licence. It never ceases to amaze me seeing young children and babies on the bikes. They learn from an early age to hang on. Today I saw a young girl asleep on the back of the bike while her mum was driving. We have more of an understanding why ...
Lets begin with the items on this picture:
DVD: .80 cents to 2 dollars. (If you pay more than that call me)
Bag of fresh roasted peanuts ( 4 ounces) : 1 dollar or 6 kwai/yuan/rmb.
600ml bottle of Tsing dao's finest: 2.5 kwai
Tiny bottle of Tabasco: 4 dollars
Pack of "Double Happiness" ciggies: 7 kwai
Small jar of "Skippy" peanut butter 6 oz. : 16 ...
... good. The driver tried to be helpful and started the van early to cool it off. Unfortunately, he locked the keys inside so we have to walk to the old town. Thankfully, its not far. Aaron notices some hams hanging from power poles. Weird. Walking through the old town is lovely. Many interesting things to look at, though I having trouble concentrating. It's humid and 35 degrees today. All I can think about is finding some shade. We duck in and out of buildings to ...
... a McFlurry to cheer up, it worked..! Day 40, toady was a spare day and we decided to brave the Shanghai Zoo in the hope that it was going to be better than the Beijing Zoo. It was only ¥40 entry so we figured if it was really bad we could just leave without worrying top much. It was an ok zoo, better than Beijing anyway. The people in the zoo were just as disgusting, feeding the animals as hitting the enclosures. There were a few enclosure which were on the map but we ...