Sijia International Service Apartments
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After breakfast we make an attempt ti visit the botanical garden. From South Shanghai Statiin we cannot find a taxi. We decide ro visit Yuyuan garden instead and have a shop around at IFC mall. And have lunch there, too, at Paradise Dynasty King of xiao long bao. Mmmmh. It is very hot (36 feels like 48) and we visit Iris @CBC Swiss Chinese Business Centre by taxi. Nice little office in an office building. Taxi ride back to the residence, time for laundry!! And a ...
... first fruit and vegetables after being assured by Carlene that they were safe. We also, and I am filled with loathing for myself because of this, picked up hot dogs in blankets from the take-away counter for our dinner. Two days in China and the closest authentic dining experience was the Raman Noodles I had for lunch. We wimped out on wanting to cook something at eight pm.
Once back up in the apartment Renee, armed with the knowledge from ...
... We only spent about thirty minutes there because we had to swing by Yu Gardens before our dinner with Mr. Beal. Yu Gardens is the old downtown of Shanghai from the days when it was a little fishing village that was beginning to grow larger and it has been recently restored. It was a massive maze of old style Chinese buildings that was packed with people; there was no personal space. There were little specialty shops, high end shops, and food stands (Howard tried to ...
... put him to sleep and he often forgets what he read the next day. To me that means ya don't really enjoy Philosophy books if they're putting you to sleep and perhaps you enjoy the idea of it more. What was this clown trying to prove? He also initially told me he'd been staying at the hostel for 2 weeks but later he slipped and said it had been a month. He followed it up with how he doesn't like explaining his "situation". Just own it dude. And last, perhaps it ...
... my iPad but was still having trouble trying to contact home as "The great firewall of China" blocks access to Facebook, gmail, Skype etc. All the methods of communication I had at my disposal would not work. So I asked her how I could make some phone calls to
international numbers and she sold me an international calling card for AU$8. I rang home and god bless my family, they came straight to the rescue. They looked up phone numbers for ...