Oriental Land Holiday Village
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... District”, where I might be moving to in a few months since my current campus is joining up with the main campus. I live 12 miles from the core of this ridiculously giant city, which puts me a close bus ride to the downtown area. This reflects in the gynormous rent I pay for a 500 square foot apartment. Out in the Songjiang, I will have a 1500 square foot much newer high rise with laundry service and a gym/swimming pool where I can ...
... why I purchased them. They really make quality pens. They were 30 RMB, or about $5.50 for 12. Worth the joke!
I have fallen asleep the last 2 days trying to watch Gladiator... maybe tonight I will get to the end... God I love Russell Crowe, well, except when he sings.
Wan Shang Hao (all in 4th tone)
... br> I dumped the rucksack as soon as I could and had my last pizza, BBQ chicken and cheese. Mmm. After 5 long hours I was on the biggie flight, 12 hours to shanghai. There was not a vast selection of movies but watched The Help, great movie and even better book if anyone is looking for a good read :-) the seat was awfully uncomfortable and I managed to get a few hours "sleep", or maybe more appropriately called tossing and turning ...
... un-funny it is. We went to bed around 8:30.
We woke up at 6:30, feeling refreshed. I feel like an elderly person, going to bed so early and waking up so early, but I know it's still the jet lag. I will have to get up kind of this early, a little later, to be at work by 8:30 anyways.
We kind of just hung around 502 all morning. We had originally planned to go to my school to get a key made for Scott. Luckily, I called my boss to double check ...
We were up bright and early at 6am and were both feeling the after affects from yesterdays long hike along the wall. We were both also shattered and this wasn't helped by being woken up in the middle of the night by one of our room mates who was sleep talking. At least the day's travelling won't be too hard - we'd payed a little extra and were travelling to Shanghai by bullet train which would only take 5 hours!
Grabbed a McDonalds breakfast at the ...