The Panorama Hotel On the Bund Shanghai
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... was a big board with numbers on it and as the number changed a creepy electronic voice would read it out and in doing so prompt the next person to go through the door to the next step. I was 51... When my number was called my heart was racing so fast I thought it was going to jump out of my chest.
I was following Sadie, who was following Casey, who was following Lisa... Williams was behind me with the rest of the crew. ...
I have a long-time-no-see friend in Shanghai, and we haven't been seeing each other for more than 5 years, then We reconnected each other two months ago. He's an American, Christian, working in Shanghai for more than 5 years, so he seems more local than me in Shanghai. It's his crazy idea of dressing as a panda to send his philippine friends off to Philippines in Shanghai Pudong Airport late at night, and he asked me to join them upon ...
... we believe what it is that we think we believe. That may seem quite dense for something as simple as “why do I have to wear a swimming cap?” but there it is. The other thing I wanted to talk to you about is the fact that 46 of the states should be very jealous about what I had for lunch yesterday! As you may have already guessed from the photo, In-N-Out Burger! That’s right, ...
... this ever-looming fact of Mamaw's inadequate health that led to my reaction upon receiving the news of her passing. Perhaps it was the fact that, as I mentioned before, this is the third grandparent I've lost in 8 months. Either way, when I woke up to find missed calls from Dad and texts from Heather, I instinctively knew what had happened. This acknowledgement, however, did not bring tears. It did not bring an overwhelming sense of loss. It didn't precede hours ...
Awoke in Shanghai to a cloudy but mild day - t-shirts only - and another big breakfast. Kelly and our driver, Mr Guo (pronounced Gooaaahhh), met us in the lobby and we headed off to see the Jade Buddha Museum. Shanghai is very different to the other cities we have visited - more international, traffic seems easier, lots of scooters and taxis, clear distinction between the old and the new in housing, shops. The Jade Museum houses a 1000yo Jade Buddha and is a very revered temple ...