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... buildings and allowing shops and restaurants to move in. That and the buildings on the Bund and the homes in the French Concession are some of the only places where you can see anything old in Shanghai.
We were only in the city for a few days - enough time to look around and get Conor and Gary haircuts and then needed to take off for a whirlwind of Chinese adventures, starting in Beijing...
... houses like Costa and Starbucks instead of little tea houses we have seen in the other places. We both feel more relaxed here but it is a lot more expensive. The tube is slightly smaller than the London tube but much bigger than anywhere else we have been in China. It costs about 40p a single journey which again is more expensive than the last three places but still ridiculously cheap. The sun was shining yesterday which is the first time since we ...
... we aren't big shoppers, Brian and I wandered the side streets, watching various street food being cooked. Watched one guy make noodles, which they do by stretching dough over and over, quickly producing a huge number of noodles, dropped into hot water and picked out fairly quickly, sauce slopped over. Another one, a man put what appeared to be a large thin crepe on a flat iron grill, cracked an egg on it, and smeared the egg over adding some ...
My last few days in Shanghai have arrived faster than I ever expected.
I said this already, but my apprehension towards coming to China was enormous. It was a long 9 months in LA, and was not prepared to jet-set off again to the other side of world. At the beginning, I missed home more than I care to admit. However, I quickly realized that the world is pretty small. This trip showed me that when you ...
... ask why not, you’re greeted with them saying they’re stupid or tapping their temples to suggest the pupil in question has no brain, waggling their fingers in a circle to imply insanity. Sometimes they have learning difficulties, sometimes they may just need more thinking time than the other students.
I absolutely HATE this behaviour. The poor kid needs more attention, not less.
One thing I do like though, is the ...