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... 8217;t have ANY idea just HOW grateful I would be... SOOO... If you ever find yourself moving to China (or any foreign country) for an extended period of time... these are somethings you might want to bring along!!
1. Tampons... Seriously though.... 450 of them.... You CAN buy tampons here. You CAN find them. But they are the tiny little things that NOBODY likes using unless you are European or were born before the 70’s... No offense (since I know most of ...
Decided to get the tour bus today since weather was better. Got round the main sights including the bund, nanxing road. Then through the weirdest sightseeing tunnel ever which was like something out of willy wonka. On the other side were all of the fab skyscrapers including the ...
... and huge windows to get an awesome view of our “neighborhood”. Our apartment building looked so tiny from up there. Those of you who know my discomfort with heights may be surprised I made it up there; as was I! We were lucky to have a fairly clear day with good visibility.
We also tried to take Robert to a variety of restaurants for lunches and dinner which is always fun; I may indeed forget how to cook while I am here! One ...
... lots of friends, food, beer and chatter :o) None of the food lasted long and time passed quickly; sometime after one it was decided that we would move onto Lune, one of Shanghai's clubs with a roof terrace.
Any worries I'd had people not coming were completely unfounded I am happy to say :o) And one of the best things about the party was that I received several thank you emails and texts the next day!! I love manners!! :D
... bit smoggy in the day time, it was still amazing to see it up close. The buildings are taller than I could have imagined from across the river, and the architecture is unreal. I was honestly so impressed and overwhelmed walking in this area. And one thing I have noticed about Shanghai, at least in the parts I have visited, is that even though it is the most populous city in China, it really doesn't feel like it. Especially in the financial district, everything is ...