Hyatt on the Bund
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... some souvenir shopping! I went back to my hostel and made friend with a Chinese girl, Chenrunqui, and we decided to hang out together. We did absolutely loads, and it was great to have someone with me who could speak Chinese. Firstly we went for some delicious food in quite a nice restaurant. We had duck with pancakes, steamed spinach and chilli beef hot pot. Next we headed over to the people's square and walked around there for a while and went into ...
Pretty uneventful day. On the bus at 9am and out to Wuzhen, the water city. It's nice, very crowded. It is our equivalent of Hahndorf, just larger, Chinese and 50 000 tourists. The irony of wending (thank you pammy) through the water village, a lot of the residence have their doors and windows open. I saw on old guy laying back in a recliner watching a 40" LED TV. No escaping progress I suppose. LUNCH. For the carnivores ...
... it was a work life balance workshop with lunch, met some interesting & new people, and had some good debates.
Friday 26th April was our first wedding anniversary! Wow, where has that time gone?!! It has flown by, and been the most incredible year of our lives. A lovely day reflecting on a wonderful wedding, looking at our photos and missing everyone lots. Our evening started with a Long Island iced tea in a cool little hutong bar, ...
... the most populated country in the world. They must be doing something right in baby delivery department.
So if you wonder how the Harkin’s are surviving in China, don’t fear, we are doing great. We never knew life would be so good for us when we agreed to move here. It is a trade off though; we had to move to China to have this lifestyle. If we could change one thing it would be having family close again. We won’t be here forever though. ...
... cool and our current land speed record for this tour now stands at 254km/hr. We found our hostel no problem today. It seems nice. As it stands we've no sightseeing done in Shanghai as yet. We're here until Tuesday at least so we'll be sure to solve that. We'll tell you all about it in the next post.
Aileen & Vinny
P.S. To all the guys on the train, we met Eric in our hostel in Shanghai. He's off to Japan on Sunday. He says hi.