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... that please? Dave says don't edit! Next stop, subway (we found it!) then the dumpling shop off Nanjing Road, then our hotel. How good is that! Arrived home with a yummy cheese cake, a mint plant (the last one I bought turned out to be peppermint once I got it home, and then got decimated by aphids and fly spray), two DVDs - how to train your dragon#2 and frozen, cos we need both of those, a beautiful scarf and fake nike shoes that cost me $20 AND fit me. How good is that! I love ...
... of the Bund. It was nice to look back at Shanghai at a different angle. Being a Sunday there were lots of families out. Again police are everywhere getting ready for this international summit where heads of state are visiting. We have been advised to carry our passports from now on as there are going to be lots of check points around, especially at public transport places. As we are heading out of town tomorrow we will oblige. We have survived the transport chaos for another ...
... speed train takes between 4 and 5 hours depending on how many stops and costs from ¥47 - 135 but it can take up to 9 hours! Imagine not going to the loo all that time.
Gemma knew the way on the train system at Nanjing and we got to our hotel by 2 pm. We checked in and had some lunch then off to do some last minute shopping. We ended up having a cuppa at Gemma's favourite bookshop, then walked around 15 minutes to get to her favourite ...
... dinosaur park with their family, playing the violin and the piano, and visiting Bali Island, Hong Kong, Taiwan or Japan. I am so thankful to have shared this year of their life with them and to have been a part of the things that were important to them.
To our students in the Kindergarten class, I want you to know that I believe you are all destined for great things because in my opinion, you are exceptional and truly special people. Wherever you go ...
... park with the half of China too tight to buy tickets! Although we couldn't hear the show (it was probably in Chinese anyway) the fireworks display was really good, it lasted for over an hour. It did become a bit of a firework overload by the end!
The next 7 days are going to be very busy whatever we do. Everyone has been telling us that train tickets are impossible to get so we are lucky that we have managed to book bus tickets to Xi''an for Tuesday. ...