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... stretching along the eastern side of the Huangpu river. They have preserved the colonial buildings, many built in the late 19th and early 20th century by the British and French who had Concessions here. We walked up onto the promenade and spent some time just looking across to the other side of the river where the modern skyscrapers assume a harmony of sorts with their different rooftops, shapes and colours. Again there was much water traffic with barges ...
... and squirt us with some more Family Mart tepid milk. It felt AMAZING! After I was all done, the lady was encouraging me to try some other treatment too (maybe they get some commission?) and seen as it will soon be my last day in Asia, and I was not in a huge hurry to leave my plastic-coated cradle; I said sure. Going for some kind of egg massage and a cucumber facial thing I wriggled back into my personal body dent in the bed and closed my eyes. The ayi first scrubbed ...
... I have to go to school on the weekend. For 4 days of our vacation, some of us are heading to Sanya for a small vacation on the beach. I will write a blog and share some pictures when I'm there or when we get back.
For the past 2 months we have been working very ******* getting our kids ready for the Christmas concert, and it's finally coming up in 3 days. Wednesday morning we have to get up early and dress up nice for our Concert which is Located at ...
... Museum. Dinner in a local restaurant before seeing the world-famous Shanghai Acrobatic Troupe show from the best seats in the house. All the meals so far are family style with a lazy-susan in the middle with an unbelievable amount of food....twice as much than what we can ...
... freaking out trying not to step on the glass floor. Just next door is a new building which is going to be taller. There is building going on evereywhere, so many cranes. The Oriental Pearl TV tower was special.
We walked up to the Pedestrian Street (Nanjing Road), and whoever was not in the Park could be found here. So crowded. That night after tea the ? entertainers appear, a guy playing a saxophone on the 1st balcony of a ...
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