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... and was quite intrigued. I did some research and found that is an old neighborhood of the suburbs of Shanghai and it looked pretty neat, and only a block from us. I made Scott get up and moving and we were off. We walked by Tesco (the crazy grocery store), I took some pictures of the "parking lot" for motorbikes and bicycles, which is usually quite crowded and hectic. Also, there are buses right across the street that are just for Tesco, they leave every ...
... We could never have crossed alive on foot without the flyovers which you acend on the corner nearest to your side of the street and which sweep around with exits on each of the 12 street corners like an aerial pedestrian freeway. We chose the one leading to the Continental, where I was able to get a great cut and blow dry for 30yuan, or $6.00Australian , done in in palatial surroundings.
Thus fortified, we taxied to ...
it's currently 8 something at night here =O
so what happened on the weekend??
attended my cousin's 20th bday party :) pretty awkward though =S everyone were miraculously EXTREMELY interested in me cause i was born and raised in australia O.O kept asking me to say stuff in english, before clapping and cheering "WOAH, soooo pro" >.>
... e impiccio da sbrogliare.
Nella fretta e confusione prima della partenza ci siamo dimenticati di dire ai nostri amici l'orario di arrivo (e forse anche il giorno?!), e ora i nostri cellulari sono "fuoriuso" e non riusciamo a trovare una scheda telefonica (le cabine non accettano monete).
Arriviamo davanti al palazzo dei nostri amici, citofoniamo; loro non sono in casa.
E' venerd́ sera, Shanghai brilla stanotte, e i nostri amici staranno brillando con ...
... to do this 24/7. Many/most of the participants in this program are capable of doing this already, but it's really going to be a challenge for me to communicate in Chinese. I'm able to talk about weird textbook things (like "The library is across from my dorm!") but struggle with day-to-day conversation. I guess there's no better way to learn. I will definitely be lacking my normal sarcastic/funny remarks until I figure out how to make them in Mandarin. Maybe that's best for everyone.