Royal Tulip on the Beach Shanghai
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... those mundane TV series based on Qing Dynasty. Nevertheless, it gave me a sense of freshness, especially when one getting so tired of the universal greeting like "welcome your presence" (欢迎光临) everywhere in any commercial settings located within China. So I placed my order from a pictured menu of table size and moved in. There were shelves of books along the pathway. All kinds of books, without categorical sorting and arrangement, just ...
... a good idea to go swimming, in a town where there are only 3 white people and we get stared at constantly? But hey ho off I went to the swimming pool kitted out in a fancy bikini, only when I got there they made me wear a swimming cap and goggles.....I continued to plod out dressed like a sea urchin on shrooms and noticed that the massively crowded pool packed with VERY Chinese swimmers were pointing and staring at me. Feeling mega humiliated and frankly quite mortified I ...
... around 5pm. To begin, we played "streets of shanghai: the drinking game" as we walked a few kms to the "Windows Scoreboard" bar.
Drinking Game Rules.. Authored by Sir Marqise Lee aka Mark Lee of Plano, Texas
Rules of the Game:
Grab a beer from the nearest Lawson’s, Family Mart, or AllDays and start walking!
Sip once every time:
- you have to play “What’s That Smell?!”
- someone bumps into ...
... Three whole months. $265 per person per month. That is freaking awesome.
So we got all of our stuff up and signed the lease and everything. Forrest went out to get another key made for Erica and then came back. By that time it was about 7pm and we were starving. So Forrest took us to this really amazing dumpling place. I think we had some chicken dumplings, beef dumplings and veggie dumplings. They were ...
... out his knife and then the guards letting us through anyway. We got to a nice big hotel, have a room on the 19th floor and admired the big neon signs during the night. There was lots of fun free stuff like shoe polish, combs, toothbrush and paste... I think by this time it was 9 or 9.30pm so we didn't feel like an hours travel into the centre of Shanghai, we went to a small store and got some yum yums and then went to ...