Hanting Express Shanghai The Bund Waibaidu Bridge
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... the middle of the train berth floor and the English lads had to walk around it throughout the evening.
When you take the overnight trains, unless you are in first class - envision this: 3 bunks on one side of the wall with very little space between them for you to sit up. A small table divides the 6 beds and is adorned by a kettle in the event you want to boil water and have some noodles for breakfast. There is a remote for a ...
... the state ownership are the only things about even these stores which is communist era though.
For an ancient contrast I enjoyed visiting the Yuyuan gardens, though they would be even better if there were less tourists. These were built in the Ming Dynasty in 1577 by a government servant as a gift for his parents.
When I travel I always enjoy visiting the slightly offbeat attractions. I visited both of these, one of which is the offbeat and one of which is ...
... what they look like.
This past week I had to work Monday through Saturday. School was open on Saturday due to the kids having a holiday break this week. I'm not exactly sure of the logic, but I guess the Chinese government wants the kids to make up at least one day they will be missing during their break. The Chinese teachers let the kids play outside for most of the day, so I just played games with the kids for most of my English classes. A lot of them weren't in class ...
... eyes then, horror of all horrors, they started laughing. In all fairness, they might have been talking about the same Will and Grace episode I had watched the night before but I find it highly unlikely. They were pointing at my blood vessels and laughing because this white girls was hideous looking. I tried to smile and laugh with them but obviously this was a fail as they knew I couldn't understand them. One of the guys reached into a bag and brought out a ...
... We were lucky nothing bad happened to us. These disasters leave an even bigger gap between the rich and poor. But people give all they can to help out their neighbors, before and after the disasters. Which shows that China is a respectful, caring, giving country. People in China know that a gift is a gift no matter the size, which is one of the most important things you could ever learn from a ...