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Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... with lights. On the Bund side of the river, the old-worldly buildings were more moderately decorated - but still created a blaze of fiery beauty. Even the sky itself was adorned with sparkling neon kites! I've never seen anything like it, and it was at once bath taking, impressive and sickening for its gaudiness. But again, this is China telling the world it can do something bigger, brother and better than anywhere else. Las Vegas, New Years Eve - both become shadows ...
My boss is leaving for America on Wednesday. He travels there twice a year to attend job fairs at a few Michigan Universities. It's a little strange for me to think about, because a year ago, I traveled to the Career Fair at WMU with my signed contract in hand to give him. I had already applied to the job, had the interview and made the huge life decision to come here and teach. And now here I am, one year later and looking forward to coming home in less than 3 ...
... fact: The chinese alcohol (which you see in Dad's drinking and gagging picture from yesterday) smells like vomit. It is so foul it permeates all surfaces and lingers. The whole room smells of bodily refuse for hours. Our hotel just hosted a wedding and the whole first floor smells like the aftermath of a frat party. People drink this for fun... ugh! Maybe the more expensive brands taste better than they smell. ...
... the options are a 1 hour train ride or a 2-3 hour bus ride. I successfully navigated a taxi ride to the hotel and was able to take a quick nap before my roommate Lavana moved into the hotel from the homestay she was staying in. We went to dinner at a restaurant down the street with one of the other participants, Calvin.We all ordered different dishes and shared, my favorite was Lavana's. They served fried rice in a hot stone bowl with beef. The ...
... is square while the sky is round. In front of the building stand 8 imposing white marble statues of guardian lions. This was a very interesting museum and presented well. Next was the Jade Buddha Temple, which is home to two exquisite and priceless white jade Buddhas brought from Burma in the late 19th century. Here we walked up and around the temple to see the amazing Buddhas and the grounds. We ...
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