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... be able to afford a nice Longines. The hawkers are pretty well set up with laminated cards to show you the type of bags and watches they're selling.
We found a genuine antique centre and while there were some interesting items, there was nothing we wanted to buy. Always a good thing for our wallets.
We also came across the tea ceremony scam for the first time today. At an intersection a couple asked us to take their photo. We were a bit wary but ...
... over three million visitors each year. A Saucerful of Sounds at Shanghai World Expo’s Culture Center Shanghai World Expo’s Culture Centre Viewed from a boat on Shanghai’s Huangpu River, it hovers over the water’s edge like a gargantuan seashell – or a recently arrived flying saucer. From the air, it presents the quasi-ovoid shape of an egg morphing into a guitar pick. From any angle, its bold architecture commands attention with ...
... It was such a fun day. I must explore more, specially after witnessing Jing'an Temple.
Great day, despite trying to ask for bedding in Chinese and going to bed hungry because I didn't know how to order Mickey Ds.
Friday night= amazing! Rooftop bar and dancing! What's up with the random firewords? Oh, I ...
... a language in only a few hours a week so there aren’t a lot
of options. After the vocabulary we made up sentences and did some questions
and answering, and the students received prizes that we brought if they bravely
stood up and participated. They were very shy. Meanwhile, they were probably
thinking how ridiculous the psycho Canadians in Santa hats looked standing in
front of the class attempting to draw candy canes on the chalk ...