Shanghai Yitel Liujiazui Hotel
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... Sadie and I went in together. I sat on the chair on the other side of the curtain as she got hers done. It was a dark room but the light from the doctor’s computer cast a shadow of Sadie on the wall. It made her silhouette huge and all I could think about was how Wililams was behind me and he would be seeing the silhouette of my boobs just like I was seeing Sadie’s now... At the end I heard Sadie laughing hysterically which in turn made ...
... pizza, which we accommodated. As I told the girls, they accomplished something no one had in my previous 3 trips, getting me to eat American food in China. But, I had to give my Katie what she wanted, and I have to be open to change too, I guess. Mark, Karen and Jamie had a very nice dinner at a cute little restaurant too, which they thoroughly enjoyed.
And so, we go to sleep early knowing we have an early wake up call to catch our train to Shangrao.
... money than I actually owed, the total still ended up more or less zero. To me this fact meant I paid what was owed and they needed to turn my phone back on. I talked to 3 people this morning that read that as your account is zero and now you must pay 200 RMB!!! I never got a solution to this issue, but when I came back with a Chinese teaching assistant from the program, they pulled my receipt and realized ...
... group and sort out our plans for the evening cos we were going to see a famous acrobatic show after dinner. After that I went back to the same coffee shop with my mate Sara who's also in my group. I told her about the waffles and she was sold! We then hopped on the metro to finally sort out my bloody rail pass for Japan which seems to have been nothing but a nightmare so far! Happy to say that the place was open and it ...
China's contrasts are striking. From the Muslim Market in Xi'an to the Super Brand Mall and skyline of Shanghai.
It's much like time travel.
Right around the corner from the market in Xian we passed a parking lot adjacent to a Starbuck's that was full of new Audi's and Lexus'. Then we had lunch at the Pizza Hut.
Shanghai certainly is a shopping
Mecca and the downtown has developed unbelievably since 1990. There is
no doubt that this ...