Highton International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... and cartoons the history of the Terracotta Warriors, it is a generous magnificent gift that will be treasured.
Jenny M's poem
Ode To The Prime
You may question why I called us the 'prime',
We’re at that time in our lives
When we make most of our time.
Our group number is prime- twenty three
And the time we had was as great as could be.
We’ve endured wake up calls and oodles of rice,
... B.S. I still do, to an extent where it becomes naive, but I realized that we Americans have it well. It's hilarious when it gets to a point that we complain our government helps us too much by giving out food stamps and welfare checks too often. People take advantage of this system, and that's unfortunate, but I find myself struggling to complain about a system that does anything at all.
Now, I'm not saying that the Chinese government is pure evil and ...
... got to his old compound it had been stolen. A common problem here, which is why I got a 2nd hand bike that blends in with the rest, anything too shiny, expensive, or new just stands out too much. We then had lunch after with Bruce, at a tiny little noodle bar that we always look across at & think ‘that looks cool, but how on earth do you get in there? 2nd floor, but not steps up to it. The answer to that was, you go around the ...
... and McDonald's that you come across! As much as we did have a great time in Shanghai we had an absolute nightmare trying to leave. On Sunday we went to Shanghai Train Station, wandered around for a good hour trying to find someone we could communicate with. When we finally got to South Square and into the ticket office we went up to the ONLY counter which had English-Speaking Counter signposted above it. After repeating ten times over that we wanted an overnight train on TUESDAY to ...
... quite thick (it has been like this for a few days now!). We didn't really know where to go but headed towards what we thought was the village. We were approached by William, a boy who looked 12 but reckoned he was 29! For 100 yuan he would guide us round. For the equivalent of $20 we thought this was a good idea. Zhujiajiao is like Venice with canals crossed by quaint bridges and narrow streets with vendors selling all manner of curiosities. It was extremely crowded in ...