Jinjiang MetroPolo Hotel Shanghai (Minhang District)
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In the evening we skyped the families which was lovely to chat to everyone then went out for food... I also had my first glass of wine in 11 days. I can assure you this went down well!
Today (17.11) we chilled out as its our last full day in Shanghai so we chilled out in Costa
:-)...reading up on South East Asia.
Not much else to report here guys.
Much love L ...
Shanghai has a population of 24 million people. My hometown is under 5,000. We have more livestock where I'm from than people. We get most populated during the county fair. Michigan State University has 40,000 students. I get freaked out there because it's big. It took a bit to get used to driving in the city. So riding in a car in Shanghai was terrifying.
The cars are literally inches away from each other. The cars are either nice American ...
... the calculator in my face. Looking at my watch I saw it was 12.25 and we had to meet at 12.30 to go to lunch. I bolted out of the shop and the lady yelled a number of Chinese words which I'm sure we're not good! I darted up along side the river, not really knowing where to go as I had caught the bus up to the other side before. I decided to cut over the bride and around and then a dead end or an alley was filled with what looked like 3000 people all travelling the ...
Everything's wrapping up slowly now; due to the first few days of next week being a holiday, and my contract finishing on the following Tuesday, yesterday was my last Wednesday, and today and tomorrow are my penultimate Thursday and Friday (also I think the students have exams next week so Friday may only be a half day). As Jo's friend will arrive from the US next week, this will be ...
... bean sprouts, 2 types of noodles, and a few other things that I don't know what they were. The meal ended up taking roughly 2 hours to eat. It was fantastically delicious. After dinner, I found out Ji lives nearby where I do and we rode the bus home together. We chatted some more about China and America then parted ways.
And this is the last 2 weeks of my life in a flash. Hope you enjoy the pictures. I look forward to speaking with some of you on Thanksgiving via Skype!