Hanting Express Shanghai The Bund Waibaidu Bridge
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... than most big cities, but with the usual neck ache from all the peering skyward. We visited the HSBC Tower (for cash and a look around), then walked from the Pearl Tower down the riverbank, looking across to the Bund waterfront on the other side. This is the more classical part of Shanghai, built in the city's golden period (circa 1850-1935), when the city grew up as a trading post for the West. Beautiful.
We took the Jinling ferry ...
... attendu un taxi. J'étais bien contente que les deux femmes m'aient écrit l'adresse de mon auberge en chinois pour que je puisse montrer au chauffeur. Je ne crois pas que j'aurais eu la force d'expliquer... je suis finalement arrivée après minuit. Tout le monde dans mon dortoir était déjà endormi donc il a fallu que je sois le plus silencieuse possible. J'ai pris une douche vite fait et hop au lit, j'ai une grande ville à explorer ...
... get to those previously unknown places. It's fun to try to find places in a giant city where most signs are written in Chinese. The street signs in Shanghai are written in both Chinese and English but are all Chinese names. like "Jaojaobang lu" or "Xincun lu". "Lu" means "Street".
I strive to use the two bus routes known to me. I know most of the stops of bus 112, which begins behind my apartment, and ends up at the ...
... which was ridiculously cute. I can't put their pictures on this blog because it's not private, but I will upload them to my photobucket site and you can see them there (http://s1279.photobucket.com/user/lash leybeth/library/MRA). Send me a message if you'd like the password :). So, our kids sang two songs. Then, we presented them with Kindergarten Diplomas instead of certificates and also their gift bags. As we gave them their gift bags and diplomas, we ...
... namely America. We help the children to get used to seeing Laowei ( Foreigners) and hopefully get comfortable with us so its not such a culture shock when they are flown to America to live.
We got there just as they were bringing some of the healthier kids out to play. FayFay cannot walk and has very limited us of his hands. He has had two operations on his legs and is currently in 2 leg casts. ...