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... that and it did go super quick but very smooth so maybe the H2 in London will be a good thing. Also the skyline was incredible and I am a bit biased to London town, but the architecture of some of the buildings was amazing but I just do love the bridges and history of the river thames, but was a good way to spend an evening. After that we ended up at the Acrobat show, I urge allllll to go if in the city, some freakishly skilled kids there. I swear to ...
... a good look around, spent some time trying to throw some coins into quite a high tower (for good luck) and failed miserable. A portent for bad luck?
Next Gayle took us for lunch and we had some very nice fried won ton type things from a street vendor. Very filling. We turned down the chilli sauce - Gayle said it was lethal!
From there we went to see a Tao temple - the City Temple of Shanghai. Quite a different style of ...
... money for the photo until finally I gave him 1 RMB… I wasn’t so against giving him money as I was against supporting his leached monkey being yanked around for money…
Well, have to finish getting ready before meeting up with some friends for another adventure
From Shanghai, with love,
... took the dirty elevator up to our room and when I opened the door my jaw simultaneously dropped. The door did not lock, the bathroom smelled, the beds felt like plank wood and I was completely over tired. I sat down on one of the beds and broke down into tears. Talk about culture shock. I was able to face time with Kalin, Mary, Dauri (and the whole admissions office), Ryan (and his parents) and Emily so that made me feel a lot better. I decided to sleep in my ...
... set off to see the green houses. We saw cabbage, carrots, green onions, and others that no one knew the English name for. We got to go in a few, tomatoes, some lettuce looking stuff, more tomatoes. The kids got to pick one tomato (which were all orange or green) and some lettuce looking stuff and put it in a bag to take home. It was hilarious because none of them could get the entire stalk of lettuce out, just little parts of the leaves. I was laughing and taking pictures. We ...