The Peninsula Shanghai
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We made it to Shanghai! Of course not without a few glitches such as: T breaking her flat bed seat hence forcing us to move seats ( see photo of poor flight attendant trying to fix the bed) I spent 7 hours out of a 14 hour flight trying to figure out why my tv was only in German, until same flight attendant pushed one button and proceeded to laugh …
... but did not refuse the Slurpee. I discovered later that when jet lagged and consuming a Coke Slurpee on an empty stomach, there is a spectacular crash that comes when trying to land that fall from a caffeinated sugar high. But that came later. In the meantime I was being physically kept awake by sheer willpower fed by the legal drug I typically avoided—caffeine.
We were sitting on the low wall of a raised garden that served as seats in this ...
Day Two in the city that used to be called "Paradise for Adventurers.
Today was an early start again I feel like a schoolkid again I'm getting really tired at around 8pm and normally fall asleep at like 9.30 which means I end up awake at 6am.
The place was deserted at 6am but on my walk through the park to the Subway I hear some traditional Chinese music so like a squirrel smelling a nut I follow the sound to an obscure corner of the park ...
Today was the first day of school. My first class, "Sino-US Relations" is a 3 hour class that starts at 9AM. People met up at 8:15 to walk over to Building No. 6 for class, which is quite a far walk. It is a good 25-30 minute walking distance from our apartment, so I am really thinking of investing in a bike. That is around the same time it takes me to walk to class from where I live in South Davis. I don't think I can stand walking such a far ...
... they eat is so well prepared and cared for. Anyway...
So these "pancakes," how would one describe them. Hopefully some pictures will come through to help explain. A man was at a large hot plate, it actually looked the the bottom of a metal barrel. It was heated from the inside, so the top was a flat circle. He poured a batter and spread it out very thin, like a crepe. Right away it's sizzling and cooking. On top of that he ...