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... Bruce’s scooter. Everyone was friendly and gracious. The culture respects and cares for the elderly and people were offering assistance and clearing the way cheerfully so Bruce could move freely and have access to prime viewing spots.
We next visited the Yuyuan Garden, located in the heart of old Shanghai is a marvel. It was built around 1559 during the Ming Dynasty. Mr. Pan, a commissioner of the Sichuan Province, built the home for ...
... restaurant recommended by the hostel. The dumplings were made on site and were the best food we have eaten on the trip so far (although we often say this after every new food we taste). We also picked a noodle dish which was once again much more spicy than we'd have liked, yet manageable unlike our lunch attempt. We had a chilled evening in the hostel reading and doing some washing before a much needed ...
... issues we take for granted and they not knowing or educated in ways to attend to yourself as well as not spreading illness to your families, workers, in public and friends. The feelings of overwhelm of masses and masses of people you encounter each time you leave the safeness of your hotel. Being face to face with the awesome history, the lives of those Emperors, Maharajahs, Kings, Ranas and others. The monuments, temples, palaces and ...
... Nothing Gold can Stay by Robert Frost
Nothing Gold Can Stay
Nature's first green is gold,
Her hardest hue to hold.
Her early leaf's a flower;
But only so an hour.
Then leaf subsides to leaf.
So Eden sank to grief,
So dawn goes down to day.
Nothing gold can stay.
Write what you think about the poem.
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Today is a sea day. Yesterday we went on a half day tour around Shanghai. We saw another garden which was very beautiful and then walked through the Old Town Market. I felt like I was in a TV travel show. I expected Andrew Zimmern or Anthony Bourdain to pop up and tell what all that stuff was. There were tiny birds which our guide told us were sparrows. Ken, sensing an export opportunity, now knows what to do with the sparrows that invade our eaves every ...