Riverside Hotel Shanghai (Qing Shui Wan)
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Six weeks in China. That's a lot of crowds, a lot of vigilant shuffling of one's feet to keep the other guy from squeezing in front of you in line, a lot of motorbike-dodging even when one has a green light and is in a crosswalk, a lot of listening to phlegm being gathered in the backs of throats preparatory to loud expectorations, a lot of appalling pollution magically disappearing hundreds of skyscrapers and the lives of those who occupy them, ...
... my own schedule. I missed what it felt like to fit in with someone, anyone. China was an experience that helped me grow as a person, as a student, as a woman of faith. An experience I will always cherish and never forget. I can honestly say after the fact, that I wouldn't have it any other way and I'm proud to be an American. I'm proud of my country, what I've been blessed with, the future that I see for myself and my family. We are all blessed beyond our own understanding. ...
... where I should wait. Then, he turned and went back to where I had met him. It's awesome the type of service you get here.
A lady was sweeping the walk in front of her small shop one day. I stopped to ask where to find the post office. I had been walking and trying to follow my map for a while with no luck. She didn't speak English but started to point and give directions in Japanese to me. Then, she stood her broom up, motioned for me to follow and led me ...
... As I am sitting there, the view is great and I am watching all kinds of people interact. This man keeps yelling "really" into the phone and I am sent back to the skit from Billy Squires "S*&t that black girls say". I make a mental note to see if there is one "S*&t asian girls say"! I finish my fruit and thought pancakes sounded better then corn flakes so I put 2 on my plate and head back to my table. I cut it up and take a bite and wish ...
... organization. So this means we have a whole week to explore Shanghai. We arrived 1.30 off the plane and immediately at the gate there is a man standing with a sign that has EP's name on it, he showed us through to baggage claim and upon that we were greeted by 3 lovely women, who couldn't wait to take our bags. They presented EP with Flowers and showed us straight to the cars, one for us and one for our luggage. And bonus, two of them speak English. Li Fei is one of the woman, ...