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... in the dark, and then wouldn't let me contribute any money towards the fare. I couldn't say thank you enough. It was a relief to finally get to my B&B and promptly fall into bed. So much so, that I'm actually writing this the next morning; and I can hear the birds outside heralding the sunrise, as the light slowly creeps through the window brightening my small but cosy room. The hardest part of my trip is now over; and I'm looking forward to what today might ...
... I respectfully declined the offer. We had been warned by our tour guide to be alert for this kind of activity. The goal was to take you to their place and rob you. Funny thing is that when we returned to that area on our way back to the hotel approximately six hours later, they were still at the garden hanging out.
The BUND is sort of like a boardwalk on the Haungpu River; it stretches as far as you can see. ...
... Thursday evening meet up, at least as just the two of us. I let her choose where we would go eat, so naturally America chose America and we will be going to Mr Pancake House. I would have chosen Yang's Dumplings, or at least something Chinese; but MPH is nice enough. A month today and I should be in Russia (touch wood I can get a visa ok), having already been to Mongolia, how cool is ...
... having the chance to draw and colour turkeys! When it got to the colouring stage they all whipped crayons, pastels, felt-tips, highlighters etc out of their bags and the classroom cupboards and absolutely went to town on them! I wish I'd been able to take some in for memories (they're always only too happy to try and give me written worksheets) but it seems when they make something they like, they want to keep it!
Tuesday morning I was told ...
... to) excited, sleepy, and delirious. We wearily smiled as one of our Chinese hosts from CIEE, Daniel, greeted us at the airport with a huge, genuine smile. We traveled to the city's center and slept like rocks until the next morning.
Jetlag is no one's friend. Drew and I both woke up around 5am (6pm our time) and couldn't get back to sleep. We showered and made our way downstairs for a traditional Chinese breakfast feast in ...