Shanghai Yitel Liujiazui Hotel
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... but very proficient in a slightly out of tune way. There is a charge to get in to the bar but as hotel guests we didn't need to pay the charge as long as we bought a drink - Angela enjoyed a Singapore Sling while I had a beer. The band was due to finish at 9:45pm and they packed up their music as they played the last piece then walked straight off. Another group arrived straight away - a younger group playing more modern jazz which we didn't enjoy as much so went upstairs to continue packing.
... pointed these women out as she noticed this scenario take place. You can use your imagination as to what I'm referring to. Anyway that night we had dinner then walked through parts of the French Quarter. Shanghai at one time was split into 3 quarters, the French, English and Chinese quarters.
The next morning we started out at the Jade Buddha Temple which is ...
... plane during our time hanging out in the galley. Two guys who are from greensboro who are starting a busines to buy used cooking oil in china and convert it for power....still not quite sure about that whole situation, but it sounded great! They have been teasing us for drinking all of the beer... in jest of course. There was a family sitting near us who was on their way here to adopt a baby. They were traveling with their three children to come get their new sister. ...
"My God will meet all your needs according to the riches of His glory in Christ Jesus. To our God and Father be glory for ever and ever. Amen." -Philippians 4:19-20
If ever there was a really great Friday, then Friday, November 30 was it! Well first of all it was great because it was Friday. Also, the music classes went very well.
But 4:00PM was when it got really great! I was sitting in ...
... did get my VPN working, which helps me get around the "great firewall' that China has to protect it's citizens from the interwebs. I went on Twitter, my favorite social media outlet, and was as happy as ever. Since my VPN is free, it's pretty unreliable as to when it works, so I can't assume it always will when I want it to.
Here are some funny quotes I saw on shirts this week:
- What, really often and shapes.
- I love you. Can you eat an apple ...