Shanghai Dazhong Hotel
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... I thought I was bad. Upon arrival in Shanghai and after a short wait we jumped on board our bus which took us to the Jade Bhudda temple. It was a real pleasure to see and take time to wander around such a beautiful temple. The Yu garden was our next stop. It was crowded but we managed to get moments of tranquility. The combination of plants, rocks, house and water made for a very peaceful surround. We were greeted with market stalls when we left ...
... impression only drew a look of disdain from this poor woman dealing with the illiterate simpleton. I just kept saying Chicken over and over until I realized that I had become Hodor. (If you don’t know who Hodor is look it up.) She finally called over another woman and they both did my chicken impression as they tried to explain to me that all of the eggs came from birds. I gave up and bought the ones that looked the most like chicken ...
... that martinis have no mixer and is just straight up alcohol. I didn't look like a bond girl when I was drinking it with a mixture of disgust and surprise written all over my face with every sip. Gerry had lent me Y50 for the drink however when I came to get my money out to repay him I could not withdraw. Long story short I had my card cloned and $3000 taken out but luckily Halifax were brilliant and it all got sorted out. It took the whole of the next day ...
... is so far away (and you need a visa to visit each time!), one of those with a fabulous view would be lovely!!! We made it to the ferry, paid our 20p and got on! It was a great crossing of the river - you could see all the buildings, for a fraction of the cost of the cruise last night!
It was beginning to get quite hot now - the prediction was 37ish (100ish!), but we continued walking! We had about a 20 minute walk now, but as soon as we ...
The next week I had in Shanghai was my orientation week put
on by CIEE, the company that found me my teaching Job. I met the other 20 or so
teachers that would be teaching in various places in China. Meeting everyone
was very nice and some things on the orientation were helpful and fun but it
was a very scheduled week. I will try and give you a brief breakdown of the
things that happened.
Welcoming lecture in ...