- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai
tickets and obviously whenever there is a spare seat you sit there until the
person gets on the train. Anyway once we were in our seats (our seats were the
very first two seats at the front of the train) we were faced with the dilemma
of how to even sleep. I was okay because I’ve found that I can sleep pretty
much anywhere but Katrin was not as fortunate as me. I let her have the window
seat because I knew she would have a harder time sleeping than I ...
... is not a cheap place to live as an expat.
After my failure at obtaining a mouse I had doubts about my mission to obtain a coffee pot. Fortunately in that isle I found a cute young girl who spoke enough English to help me find exactly what I wanted. Score one for the home team! The rest of the ninety or so minutes was spent walking up to a stranger and sticking my phone in their face to get them to help me find things. At least I finally ...
... Yuan gardens and see the old town in Shanghai. It was quite bizarre actually since Shanghai is fairly westernized, it felt like going to a typical Chinatown in a western city (especially like the one in Singapore) since most of the buildings were new and they were just selling tourist junks. We walked around there a bit and we went in to a temple as well as the gardens themselves which were quite nice and didn’t feel as constructed. We went back to the hotel afterwards where ...
... name is Bobby and is now "Bobby Hill". Bill w/ glasses is a smart one and is now "Bill Gates" (his favorite sport is golf). One of the kids said his favorite sport is Kung Fu and was quite animated about it! A few girls said table tennis/ping pong. Overall, a great start to a first day and I look forward to many more with these motivated kids!
Exhausted though! Time to sleep!
I feel like I'm forgetting to say something (damn you Tsingtao!). Too much, brain is fried, zài ...
I’m bored of typing now and it’s also time to get tea on so… here’s the rest in brief!
Had 5 people observe on of my classes this week, it went ok.
Had a great time playing catch with Jo in her compound, just chatting and attracting stares.
Went to a stand up comedy night Thursday, comics from Australia, China and the US. A common theme was observations on life over here, which is always funny, because it’s all ...