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Travel Blogs from Kunshan
... meet Chinese but actually I thought that some dishes
didn’t really fit. The idea was nice though.
After that my colleague who is actually living in Kunshan with his family took as home. So
he invited around 15 people to his home. His wife was still working but his
mother and his cute little girl where both there. Entering the apartment we had
to take off our shoes (same thing like in Germany) and we even got slippers
to wear. ...
Hello everyone, on our 51st week in Beijing! Yep, this time next week we'll have been here 1 year!
The fitness campaign is going well, 2 back to back sessions of Heyrobics the last 2 Mondays which has been fun (and free, having won a years free pass!!), the founder make a guest appearance at the first one which proved very popular, it’s massive in its home country of Sweden. Been cycling quite a bit too, loving getting out & about ...
... trashcan? Yes. Let's consider ourselves even then.
The best part about this holiday combo pack is that it meant I had a week off work! While I originally thought it would be brilliant to do a little traveling, I was warned to avoid it. Once I saw the chaos that ensued, I am so glad we decided to stay home! Even though Shanghai is usually crowded, I would classify it as complete insanity during this holiday. They even had to send out policeman ...
... because knowing how to do them is outside of my current ability to speak Chinese. Now I know how frustrating it can be to not be able to effectively communicate your wants and needs.
Sorry to start the post off with a chunk of depressing bleh, but I just need to let you know where I'm at right now. It's gotten better over the past few days as I've become more motivated to write. Writing things down really helps to think through them, and that's something that I ...
... It's kindof like Best Buy or Sears, many electronics and just about as many workers, seriously hundreds. They didn't have a SIM either, but we thought we'd look around to see if we could find some adapters. We did end up finding them, with 4 workers who were good at yelling at each other in Mandarin. One man did speak English, and he was helpful. The adapter they sold us was 89 RMB, but we only had 87 (I don't carry around all my cash...). We told them we would ...