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WELL, have I got news for you !!!!!
Last night I slept with three women.
Ok Ok, so one was in the bunk above me and two were in the bunks below and their partners were in the remaining ones, - but it sounded good for a minute didn't it?
A reasonable but fitful night's sleep, notable for the absolute smoothness of the …
... I would turn down all the offers to buy SIM cards and taxi services. Basically, you don't even need to have sorry. Just be really good at the game Charades, and you can get by : )
At 1.5 hour travel time, the bus and the train only differed by the views one offered over the other. At 9 pm, I was told that the bus actually leaves at 10 pm! The train it was, ...
... they brought us some wrong orders, and ran out of some things, but Malachi and I, with our vegetarian palette, had many delicious different foods, all non-confused and brought easily, and even had everything cost less than everyone else’s meal. Indian bread, Banana Egg things, lettuce, Bock-choi, mushrooms, and tofu were but a few things me munched on. Delicious.
Afterwards, we returned back to the dorm. I moved some of my stuff to Brett and Zach’s room for ...
... closest thing to civisliation we can find. Alex is given a lemon in his coke which is a concern as he hasn't had his Hep A jab. Joys.
Luckily for us, a policeman outside the restaurant knows where we need to go & points us in the right direction. It's a pretty cool street - very European, with leafy trees, churches & statues. We happen to find a small art gallery & head inside, to find it's the ...
... etc. I didn't spend too long at anything and just took in a general overview. The museum was free which was a bonus though I did have to drink some of my water for the security guard to let me in!
After the museum I wandered a few blocks to a place called Xintiandi - its new but modeled on traditional alleyway homes of Shanghai. Some great looking restaurants but some you wouldn't get change from $80-$100 for dinner (AU!) - don't think ...