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... through hoops.
We all thoroughly enjoyed the show and had fabulous seats.
... the Engineer miscalculated the settlement and the whole building settled below ground level. Most of the nice old ones are now owned by Chinese banks. One amazing building housed a bank that turns the most currency in the world (mega bucks).
... you there was lots of food & drink involved in this blog!!
I crashed out in the evening after having a bath, whilst Andy went to Paddy’s to watch a disappointing Liverpool v Everton game, ending in a 0-0 draw L
Today, we’re at work – and you’re not, so see, we’re not ALWAYS on holiday!!
The spring is totally beautiful here, there has been some amazing blossom on the trees, mostly bright pink, adding great ...
... it rotting). I’ve also noticed at this market that round onions were nowhere to be seen which may explain how I’ve managed to avoid a digestive upset so far. Spring onions are aplenty and used liberally, but thankfully, mainly the green part which I can tolerate. I’m very relieved. And thankfully also, bananas are easy to find so Aadi always has something she can eat.
Buying bananas was a lesson in itself. You could wait all day in the fruit ...
... effect on me, so I stayed till about 2am, by which time it was absolutely rammed, and I'd lost the others anyway, and the music went more dancey so I headed back to the hostel.
Saturday was my last full day in Shanghai. I was pleased I wasn't a complete wreck from the night out, as I wanted to go and do one last touristy thing in the afternoon, the walking tour of Pudong. Fortunately Margrethe was better too, and so we both got the metro across the river and had a nice ...