La Casa Hotel
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... to brag about traveling and we are American and blonde. He said it was fine because they just wanted to introduce their 'new best friends to other friends'. LOL Kind of the same as us liking to take photos of people we see in other countries.) After the sky deck, we walked around the Pudong. Then we entered what I thought to be an average subway station but BOY was I wrong! Larry told me to stand up front and I'm glad he did! We went through a ...
I had been in Head Office running a Management Training Course on Exam Procedures with Stefan and Edward Chong all day. Will travelled over from Ningbo in the evening. We arranged to meet Jacqui and Robin Muir, the couple we met a few weeks ago, at Kebabs on the Grille, The Cool Docks, Shanghai. It is an area Will and I had not been to before, and is another area which is being rebuilt and revitalised in ...
... teaching multiple classes per day. There are dorms there for some students to live in, however our guides take a bus to school everyday. In the school there was a huge poster of Michael Phelps. Even here I cant get away from that guy. Also, our guides told us they to write or draw pictures outside their classroom. Our guides drew Psy, the Gangnam Style guy, to make people smile as they walk into the classroom. Again, we ...
... to eating cheap, simple food! This flight is with Virgin Atlantic and so the food wasn't too bad. I had chicken chow mein with egg noodles and a vodka based COCKTAIL! Those that know me well know I love my cocktails and can handle them pretty well, but at 32,889ft (checked the flight stats) alcohol feels a bit different, teehee! I it made felt a bit tired though. Breakfast was another story. Pretty sure no one on the plane ate the cooked meal as it looked rough but they served a ...
... being red for the cars only slows the flow of traffic so it’s slightly less precarious when you’re on the crossing! After a bit, a woman rode up on her scooter and Alex and I each got on the back of the scooters so we could carry on a bit more easily. As we were going in between cars and round corners, all I could think was mum wouldn’t like this! But I was very grateful for the breeze the movement created; it gave my clothes a ...