Hantin Express Shanghai Sichuan North Road
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... regularly and try to face
time with my boys and mom to keep in touch. Oh, just so you don’t feel too
sorry for me I am still doing laundry and cooking meals most days, and I had a
bad cold last week. Better?
While Jim has been working hard and I have been “supporting”
him, spring has slowly arrived in Shanghai. I walked around the Lujiazui Green
space the other day and while I really ...
... ice-cream, taking our time.
At least our train is announced and we eagerly board it. We’re in first class and each cabin has 2 beds, a table and a seat. There’s a shared wash basin with the next cabin. Toilets are at the end at the carriage. More importantly there’s a power outlet and it works. Relief as I can now recharge the ipads. The train is half-full and I only see westerners. The kids are excited but settle fairly quickly. At 11pm, Anna makes the ...
Drive to Suzhou called the Venice of the East for its many canals, famous for traditional Chinese garden homes as described in the novel, Spring Moon the tour includes a boat ride on the canals, the Humble Administers Garden, the Kunqu Opera Museum and the Silk Museum. Return to shanghai for dinner. When Chinese have children most prefer boys but if they have girls boys family would need to buy first ...
... half an hour, and at the end of it, once everything was done and signed, I was presented with how much I had to pay... 306 yuan fee for sending 3100 yuan!!! That's 10%!! I was very upset at that, but what can you do? so I paid the guy and left with nothing but a few blue receipts to show for my raped wallet. I was told that the transaction would be processed on Monday, as they don't do that kind of thing on the weekend. The money was in my UK account on Tuesday ...
... in the metros and Shanghai station. But this written and recorded English would give someone a false sense of security. Without some Chinese skills, visitors will have a frustrating time. You may ask, what about Korea and Japan? Weren't these places difficult as well? Yes, those languages are alien as well, but they were more than compensated for by their helpful nature that seems to be innate. Just go for a ride on a metro in Tokyo, Seoul and Shanghai during peak hours. ...