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Fantastic night at the Nanjing Poly Grand Theatre, Olympic Stadium, watching 'The King of
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J Foley after meeting our lovely new friends, Shani McNaghten and Arran
Wilson, the singers, at Blue Frog, Aqua City, Nanjing on Sunday night, especially when Elvis did a shout out for Caroline and
Will and sang 'Marie's the name of his latest flame'. Great fun!
... in Changli Lu mainly to buy washing powder and conditioner, but also both bought some gifts and silly things like a pair of Dame Edna sunglasses which were fun! We went to our lovely family run Chinese restaurant, 'Fish', for lunch where granny and grandad were pleased to see us again!
We then went exploring some of the shopping malls in the centre of Nanjing: The Central Mall and ...
... any boxes since Steve has left. Miss Xu is VERY keen to unpack them for me. Storage is an issue (my clothes are stored over 2 floors) and I’m really not sure where I’m going to put everything, so it’s all a bit overwhelming.
Friday after school, I took the kids to try Pizza Hut at Wanda City. There wasn’t much pizza on the menu and the meals were not great (except dessert – Yum!). As it was ...
... our flight home to Australia for the summer holidays. YAY! All the expats leave Nanjing - it is the furnace city after all. The kids have 8 weeks off school, but teachers return 3 weeks early this year, so we are having 5 weeks in Aus. Steve is planning on joining us for a week or 2 at the end. As our Internet is so slow, I estimate that it took about 4 hours in total to search out and book the flights! Grrrr
On Friday our ...
... ride on the back of an E-Bike (moped) when I hitched a ride home from the bus stop with a ML Mum
E-Bikes (electric bikes) are a popular and cheap form of transport over here. They require no petrol, they just need plugging into power overnight. E-bikes are ridden on the toads, in bike lanes and on footpaths (they give no warning when they approach). People rarely wear helmets or any protective gear, they often wear their ...