The Panorama Hotel On the Bund Shanghai
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... really good to have him stay the night.
We took him out to a food street by a canal, and to a couple of bars nearby. One of them, Salud, looks pretty boring from the outside, but when you get inside, it is simply magnificient. An old upper-class home has been converted to a bar, and is run by a Frenchman. Perfect!
The other bar is also a great setting, with outdoor courtyards and rooms off the courtyards. The ...
... the head office of the company he is dealing with and again the language barrier was causing some problems. We were booked for a private tour of Shanghai and when our guide arrived she took over and arranged for him to meet in the afternoon. So off we went. The driver, guide (named Autumn) and us. Now it has become apparent to us that there isn't many road rules and it is an experience to be amongst it. Bikes everywhere, no helmets, ...
... had told us that this is how some singles advertise to get mates. It seemed pretty popular and we saw more than one couple who appeared to be a father and daughter walking past each one, sometimes taking down a phone number. It doesn't pay to be too shy it would seem.
The Museum is an interesting space with more than 10 galleries. Our faves were the ceramics and clothing galleries with some of the ...
... and trying to get stickers out of me :o) I had been clearing out my desk and had several pencils left over from the prizes I give to good students, as well as various stickers; all of which I gave to them. Before leaving she came to talk to me a little (with Brenda’s help) about what I would be doing next; and then they left with a fond farewell. By about 4.20, Brenda and I were ready to leave, she’d waited for me so we could walk to the school gates together. After ...
... explosions at random intervals. It wasn't until I went to yoga class later that day and was chatting with one of the other expats that I understood what was going on. "Firecrackers," she said. "For any sort of celebration - weddings, baptisms, funerals, new store openings, you name it." And so I've gotten used to my weekend days here in Shanghai being punctuated with loud noises. There are an awful lot of people in this city so at any given time, someone ...