Royalton Hotel Shanghai
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... we decided to go to the fake market, it was a few stops down on the subway. It was huge, we had a wonder round, I brought a little speaker and 3 pairs of sunglasses which the speaker was a fair price but I got my conversions mixed up and accidentally paid £11 per pair of sunglasses, but let’s not talk about that. After having some fake KFC we headed back to our hostels as it had been a tiring day and I just wanted to chill.
I got back to the hostel and ...
... The video we took is uploaded to this blog, but you can see for yourself that by the end we had about 20 Chinese crowded around us wondering what exactly was going on.
For dinner Tuesday, IES Abroad (our partner organization in Shanghai that coordinates logistics and busses for us) took us all out to dinner at an upscale Sichuan place which was quite good. Halfway through the meal, as is custom in so many restaurants in China, there was some oddball ...
... and I was asked about the visions that I had for my future, I always imagined that I would be teaching somewhere in America. Then, this amazing opportunity to teach in China was brought across my path, and I had such a strong feeling that this was the right thing for me to do. I could not ignore that feeling, so I signed up! Since living abroad was never really my "heart's desire" as they say, I can speak with all honesty when I say that this has been the ...
... The Bund during the day we planned to go back in the evening a few days later with Nadine and Andrzej to see the skyscrapers lit up at night. On our night trip to the Bund, we took an underground tourist train that went under the river to the eastside (Pudong), which was supposed to be a fantastic light show. It was far from being good, and it was expensive to do for the 4 minute ride. It seemed that many sections had lights burnt out and we weren't sure if ...
... to a flat cable car set up. Coloured flashing lights are on the sides of the tunnel as you go along. This just warmed us up for Disney next week. The tunnel exited on the Bund very close to Nanjing street where our hotel is. We walked back to the hotel through the crowd which has thickened incredibly today as tomorrow is the start of the mid-Autumn festival in China as well as National day (celebrating the New China in 1949) ...