Hyatt on the Bund
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... That used to happen to me all the time in the cardio cinema at Gold’s back home. They would play tearjerkers and I found myself crying in a dark room full of strangers. Fortunately no one could see and when you come out it just looks like you sweat a lot while working out.
After the gym, I showered and started getting lunch ready for Renee. We had just enough salad makings for one person so I made her a chicken Caesar salad and I ...
... and change trains 3 times before we got to where we were going! The signs at the transit stations were also really confusing so we ended up taking a train back one station at one point and it was all just a mess. When we finally go to the station we couldn't find the hostel so we called them and after a bit of hassle they agreed to come and meet us outside some other hotel. We waited for about 5 minutes until we heard a "Hey, you going to the hostel" and we turned around and look a ...
"Most travel, and certainly the rewarding kind, involves depending on the kindness of strangers, putting yourself into the hands of people you don't know and trusting them with your life." Paul Theroux, Ghost Train to the Eastern Star If I take away any lesson from this adventure, it will be this one. And the second will be patience...but I don't think that's a new lesson for me. I think most people are kind if you give them the opportunity. As ...
... green pyramid on the top; it was built by Victor Sassoon. There was a statue of Chen Yi who was the first mayor of Shanghai after 1949. We walked all the way down to the Monument to the Heroes of the People which is a stone obelisk. On the other side of the river we could see Pudong with the Oriental Pearl Tower, Jinmao Tower, and Shanghai World Financial Centre which looks like a bottle opener. There is a tower which looks like it has lots of balls on it. The buildings ...
... above the armpit, but then we watched as the doctors hit up and down a few students' legs and butt. It was definitely interesting and led to some pained faces and funny expressions. Definitely very different from the Western treatment methods that we're accustomed to.
Today was our the last day of our language classes for the week, and tomorrow is our first exam. As you can see, I'm avoiding studying by blogging -- as usual. My class was moved again, and we're ...