Riverside Hotel Shanghai (Qing Shui Wan)
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... up to ponds and more flowers and trees. There were tables with men smoking and playing cards through that area. We walked along the bridge, then exited the park.
Waiting for Jimmy to come with the car, a red moped whizzed by us. Between the persons legs, was a dog standing on his hind legs, his front legs resting on the handle bars. It was really humorous, because it looked like the dog was driving. ...
I read later that the pollution index made it up to 690 (WTF?) at it's worst. The gas storm lasted 5 full days, and everyday I saw many people ignoring the obvious problem. Apartment windows remain open. Small stores and shops had their doors propped open, despite the smog and the 45 degree temperatures. Kids still played outside. China is still China.
... say. However, if I thought my pronunciation was difficult for Chinese speakers to understand, you should see how hard it is for English speakers! Aside from responding frequently in Chinese to my family, and then translating myself as if they really cared, I also found that sometimes my default language became Chinese. For example, while still tired from the flight discussed above, I went into the waiting room at Grandpa's hospital. I turned around and bumped into a man ...
... with the holidays coming up, it just doesn't feel the same here. I know that Christmas is getting close, but it doesn't feel like it at all to me. My surroundings are telling me a different story, in some ways.The shops don't seem to mind decorating. There is a 5 story Christmas tree building on display in front of the grocery store, the bakery is selling Christmas themed treats (my favorite is the Santa Stick, shaped like a candy cane) and there is English Christmas ...
... much time at The Bund (which our guide said was “French for Embankment” but it doesn’t “sound” like a French word to me) getting his version of the history of just one old building and then trying to hear and understand what he was saying about the newer development across the river … I gave up trying to listen to him … it was just too difficult and my eyes were glazing over. My feet hurt from standing in the same ...