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... before leaving. We found a small shop where Mah ordered us all a soup with pork and noodles for breakfast, which is typical. To me the soup was very hot, in temperature and flavor, and my lips felt like they were on fire! So, while I enjoyed the flavor, I had to stop because my mouth just couldn't handle it. Our bodies are off schedule because of the time distance, so when we eat I am not actually feeling hungry, but I need to eat to get adjusted.
... for a workout so off to the gym I went and again, with Jim working from home, we were able to pop out for lunch and then zip over to the fake market where Jim was picking up a jacket and pants he had made.
Thursday, I attended another lecture hosted by the Expat association on the “cult” of Chairman Mao. It was quite interesting. It was given by a professor from France who had met and spoken with some journalists and photographers ...
... which is run by some Aussies to have dinner to watch the roosters and parra play. We caught the Ferry home which is just down at the end of the street of Harry's. The river is amazing at night and this is why Shanghai is excellent. The place just lights up. Walked home and stopped and had some ice cream before bed. Big shopping day ...
... show you just can't stop watching.
I've seen quite a few of the "baby on board" signs on cars. The best one, however, said "baby on road".
We get a week off starting next Friday! Beginning with the Mid Autumn Festival, and a whole week for the National Holiday, which is like our Fourth of July. We also figured out I won't get a break until Christmas, so it'll be a long haul, but hopefully still as fun as it has been.
Scott and I have been branching out and ...
... to yuan. I also went through customs but I honestly cannot remember when it happened. All the events from that day are a big blur, I just know that it was very simple and I was freaking out for no reason. I then walked out to the front of the building to get a taxi. I didn't say one word to the taxi driver. I just handed him my directions, the ones CIEE provided, and got in the taxi.
Longest cab ride ever. I just remember staring out ...
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