Pinghu Junyue Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to George, Hannah and Yali,
3 of the other au pairs.
Yesterday, Wednesday, I went to Shanghai while Serena was at school to meet with Pixie
and Sandra, neither of whom were free on the Sunday just gone. We had lunch together ...
... that :-) On Christmas Day I took Serena to school as usual, but then went to Shanghai by train to meet with Pixie. We met in Xintiandi, one of the French concession areas that I had been to during the National Holiday, and had lunch in a place called The Fountain (which has a fountain outside it haha). We the went to Haagen Dazs. I was really happy to be doing something other than sitting in the house in Jiashan, and happy to see ...
... fairly painless experience but totally cringe at the same time. Then we had to record a video message for the other au pairs in other parts of China to be played at their Christmas party, but not content with a group one, we had to film individual videos according to nationality! So the 4 of us English au pairs had to film one, the Germans filmed one and the Hungarian and Italian got lumped together. It was really weird.
- I like Ms Liang and Serena very much. I couldn't have been matched with a better family. They are without hesitation my 2 favourite people in China and are always helping me. Ms Liang has lent me a load of winter clothes and coats which I'd be totally screwed without. She is always offering me help and always telling me if I need anything, just to ask her. She is a kind lady. Serena continues making me laugh everyday despite her recent stroppiness. I hope that that was just down to ...
... pork dumplings at Yang's Dumplings, before taking them to Ellen's Cafe, a grubby but friendly bar that has a two for one offer on beers on Sundays. New Zealand and Shanghai are both just part of a round the world trip for them, and they are now in Beijing sorting out their Mongolian visas for the trans-Siberian part of their journey!
See Dave's photography blog here : http://davidmbyrne.com/main/ (great shots of India!)
And Mel's blog here : ...