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We missed the first lesson due to Iris, our absolutely beautiful Chinese teacher friend, being ill.
The second lesson we were late for, because finding the room in the industrial area of Malu is not the easiest thing in the world (understatement+) (remember Gayle in the front seat while the trucks were stopping and we were in the middle of the road). We sat down at our table - - and just remember - this is a tea making class - and looked ...
... bought two BEAUTIFUL silk dresses,too. One is a blue and white flowery pattern while the other is a wild peacock design. G-Dad and I walked around for a while and saw roasted pigeon. Yuck/yum?!?!?! Lunch was at M on the Bund and we sat with Jan, Ed K, Terry and David. At dessert Jan refused the dragon fruit. : ). We took a tour to the Pudong and specifically to the 'bottle opener' building.We then found ourselves on a high speed elevator up 95 floors, ...
... the town with Chao and his family. Back at the hotel we had to go into a different room for dinner as a wedding was happening in the restaurant. I do not think they were very prepared and the food was dreadful! Fried bananas with mayonnaise, Chilli prawns which tasted fishy. A potatoes gnocchi which tasted like shoes and many other dishes we are not quite sure what they were. And last out the fried rice! Why, that's all I wanted.... Quote/Moment of the day! Vicki Holland ...
After checking out this morning we travelled to Wuzhen , a water canal town. As it was Sunday, there were lots of visitors so at times, the noise of tour guides with their microphones on at top volume was almost unbearable. The old houses lining the canals were extremely picturesque with their crooked roof lines and walls. We could see into some of the houses and they looked extremely cramped and dark. The people who live there must hate being "on show". The little lanes between the ...
Day 36, we jumped on the metro to Nanjing Road East Station and then headed for The Bund. From here you can see the view of the financial district from the other side of the river... Shanghai skyline is a brilliant sight. We are sooo famous that we were asked to have a picture taken, umm not this time no. We then purchased a return ticket on The Bund Sightseeing Tunnel and a ticket to the 100th Floor of the Shanghai World Financial Centre costing ¥200. The sightseeing ...