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Shanghai...again. This time we are picking up my MOM!!!! Sara decided on Friday morning to head all the way to Shanghai by herself. It would be a nice break for both of us. Then after Steve finished his classes he would head on up to Hefei and then get to Shanghai on Saturday morning. I (Sara) knew that I would be going crazy waiting around the …
... exotic foods we would discover around the next corner for our next meal or snack opportunity! We walked the Shanghai streets, which soon turned from typical Chinese looking structures, into a very French style architecture and vibe. There were boutique fashion stores, French bakeries, leafy trees hanging over the street and European verandas covering the store entrances. As we walked through the area, we enjoyed the momentary transportation to France. ...
... refreshing taste of water, only to find salty, mouth puckering lemonade. Egad. I ended up purchasing Porcari Sweat, an ion replacing drink. While I'm sure I needed some ions after sweating all day, I didn't want to drink this salty sweat and threw it out, in the garbage, not in the road. We went to a convenience store in our compound and bought some real water, walked back to 502 to take a quick break.
On our walk to Carrefour, we were approached by a woman with ...
... so back to the endless towers of Shanghai.
I headed to the Continental
beauty salon, this time without a translator, but the hairdresser knew
me from last time and we got along just fine.
I wanted to look presentable for our trip to Huangzhou the next day. Shu-Hwa
and I were both , but I thought I’d explore a bit for dinner around the busy
streets and shopping centres around the hotel. ...
... on the street and we finally settled for one that was offering discounts. We tried the famous veg soup, dong pao rao, beggar chicken and dou fu pi. All very delicious. While strolling the night market, we purchased the dou fu pi from a shop so that we can cook back home in Singapore. It was very cold at night but we strolled through the night market and the food street. Lots of people. The food seemed nicer ...
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- Pets allowed