Sijia International Service Apartments
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... is here supporting. I sat around the house doing laundry and pre-packing my bags for the Xi’an and Beijing trips.
I changed into business attire, black suit pants and a white button down shirt for dinner and walked down to the entrance of the Kerry Offices where Disney is currently located. It was fascinating to watch all the people streaming out of the building at 1800(6:00pm) on the dot. The thing I noticed right away that everyone ...
... and we had booked a private which was almost like a really bad hotel room (I guess it was because the location of the hostel was not ideal). We went out for dinner and then we went to bed early as we were exhausted after our little adventure on the subway.
We went up quite late the next day and had brunch at Sasha's again which was incredible (and super healthy...). After this we wre trying to find some market place to buy some souvenir-**** but we weren't very lucky as it ...
... officials who were dealing the the problem that was me and from somewhere someone produced a USB internet dongle - clearly their own personal one - and gave it to me. I plugged it into my laptop and after an a few calls to find out who I should be calling, I eventually got through to Expedia, who in an epic hour long call which involved Asiana being on another line, I cancelled the flight that I had booked - 'luckily' Asiana had just had a plane crash in ...
... queues and the guessing game as to which queue was the right one (you have to be a local to know...) Tickets and queues went surprisingly well and we bid farewell to Dario - top geezer! Shanghai at 260 km's an hour. A journey that on a normal train would take around 24 hours took us a mere 8 hours! The train and its platform were space age stuff compared to all our previous train journeys and ...
... wearing orange vests and smiling. Phoebe offered to help me. Not only did she accompany me to China Unicom- which involved asking SEVERAL people for directions (glad I'm not the only one that gets confused!)- but she waited with me to make sure I got the right one. We must have been gone well over an hour. Her colleagues must have thought that I'd kidnapped her! She would not let me treat her to coffee or ice cream and she did not want me to ...