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It's a beautiful day, all the talk about how cold it would but it's lovely and warm don't even need a coat. Good news about my little food packets, I can definitely take them ashore so lunch won't be an issue. Paul left for his trip first at 8.30, my trip would be leaving at 9.30. We boarded the bus for about an hours journey to Water Town and as the name suggests it's a town built around water, in fact it's the only way to reach the houses or should I say dwellings. There are ...
Well we made it to Shanghai, after a 4 hour delay in Chicago.
The flight was 13 hours and 40 minutes.....and I didn't sleep much at all. I had mister inconsiderate behind me who kept kicking and pulling on my seat. Yes....a grown man....I had to turn around a look though, because it surely felt like I was flying into Orlando with an excited 5 year old behind ...
... try and wake them up. There are signs all over the place that say don't feed the animals and don't throw things at the animals. I'm wondering if this used to be a large problem with visitors at the zoo. Lindsey got to see a panda which she's been dying to do. I got to see the monkeys which made me happy. As a side note, they had a few small amusement park-type rides. We rode on one which you had to pedal and it would take you around a small track. It was hilarious ...
... so we were sat in an empty carriage for about 10minutes before it started to move. After our very slow metro ride we were finally here. Once changed Joe decided to show us to the local shops. He took us to a sweet shop that sold some western sweets like haribo and sherbet dip dap yay! Then took us to his local supermarket which turned out to be heaven selling any brand of chocolate you can think of, golden syrup, gravy, bread, cereal and the best thing of all wine! ...
... furrowed, "I WANT A BANANA!!!!!"
LInda's report card comment? "Linda is very confident speaking English."
2. I was born and raised in the boondocks.
In previous blogs I outlined the horrific ordeal that is my morning commute. In fact, if there is one thing that will push me over the edge with considerable ease, it is the Line 2 Metro. With my head in armpits and my feet under someone elses, my initial instinct is to scream, then cry. As this would ...
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