Holiday Inn Shanghai Pudong
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... but of course Renee found a way instead of an excuse and found a way for me to get treatment while in Shanghai.
That seems like the perfect segway to tell you about my mission for the day. I had an appointment with a doctor at the Shanghai East International Medical Center to discuss their capability of handling my blood transfusion needs. All I needed to do was get myself to a place I have never been, in a country where I ...
... end to another journey and set of adventures.
Shanghai Airport is not marvellous for buying Duty Free goods but I managed as I usually do to find my mother some Dior perfume and my father a Polo shirt. I just hoped my mother would be well enough to enjoy her gift. She loved perfume.
* We have over the years bought numerous fake designer watches from Shanghai. It definitely pays to spend a little extra for the ...
... Dr Zee leading the class. Again the class is filled
with laughter, fun illustrations of Australian animals on the whiteboard, and
examples of Dane hopping around the class like a Kangaroo. These unique English
classes are sure to leave a lasting impression on their Chinese students, long
after their guest teachers and assistants depart. Moving on to Tai Chi class, the
girls are excited to see a new form demonstrated, “Yang 32 Sword”. ...
... to do.
Improvised sightseeing stop number one...Madame Trussaud's wax museum (so we kind of stuck with the museum thing...) It was pretty fun if not really corny, but hey, I'm just a corny kinda gal I suppose. I think the most fun was the fact that all the Chinese people had more fun watching us take pictures with wax people than they actually had themselves. All the other people there were of course Chinese and they posed ever so daintily with their favorite celebrities. ...
... the city! On the way back to the hostel, we pick up supplies for tomorrows train ride. Go past a hairdresser and mum gets a wash, trim and blow dry for $10 and then we both get a well earned foot massage ($10 each for an hour – bargain!).
Train to Beijing. Very comfortable, I think it was a bullet train. Scenery was bleak and flat. Everything is a shade of grey, grey-e brown, grey-e green and only when we get close to Beijing do we see some ...