Hilton Shanghai Hongqiao
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... under the water back to the other side. The Macau tower was much better and we got really good views from our holt bar which was on the 64th floor - and served the best cocktails - proper cocktails not full of juice although stingy at about £10 each. I think you could easily spend a week here and see much more of it, there are old small fishing villages with canals like Venice, loads of temples, plenty of shopping but for us it was more just the last stop for ...
... has given me two advances on this paycheck since I arrived, which surmounts to a large portion of my earnings. I also had to pay for the years worth of cable, send home a check for my loans, and pay for Scott's two months of rent. All in all I didn't actually get any money from my boss, which was a heart wrenching feeling on a day we'd all been looking forward to. Scott had already given me money for the rent, so I knew there was money at home, it was just a weird ...
... the next day was our first day of school! We had to walk quite awhile to find the Metro line again but we persevered and found it!
So, the Sunday before school started, we already had all of our lessons planned, we just needed to go over them again to be sure that we knew who was doing what lessons and that we had everything figured out. I realized that no matter how much we prepared, I would still be nervous. I wasn't ...
... of the time you cant tell where the sun even is. After the museum got a bit much (the floor dedicated to transport within the city wasn't exactly thrilling) we headed back to plan the rest of China. The Chinese holiday is on from the 29th of April to the 3rd and is a complete nightmare so we started booking hotels a bit early. We did this a few beers and more than a few dumplings from the restaurant. ...
... 100 yuan", he brought the price down to 300 yuan. Good, but not good enough. "No, 100 yuan," I insisted.
Again 10 minutes of chat about how great America is. Then down again to 200 yuan this time. But did I cave? No. "100 yuan," I repeated. "We saw a man down the road selling them for 150 yuan".
10 more minutes; this time about how good China is. By this point, I was enjoying myself thouroughly. It was a challenge, and I needed him to ...
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