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... restaurants were closed so we went to flower time, and even there they'd run out of a lot of the dishes. Eric and Thomas came over and we all ended up chatting and catching up in Juliet's room till 2:30, the next time we'll see them is in Beijing in about a weeks time. On Saturday we had the same food problems as Friday night so we ended up having a lunch of peanut butter sandwiches outside in the sun. I posted a couple of letters which involved some great ...
It was another great day. We had a free morning. Most students did their homework, or appeared to be doing so. Shan finished hers already so we just spent the morning in the hotel room relaxing. We then went to Big Macs for lunch. Everyone was so happy!
In the afternoon, we went to Shanghai Educational Papers Head quarter. 上海教育报 ;刊总社。Ms Tan introduced ...
... with pronounced European styles. We did a few chores - at the Qantas office to enquire about bringing forward our flights to Sydney, to get cash from the HSBC, and to buy train tickets to Nanjing for Tuesday 28 January - then back to Pudong to visit the sites of the 2010 World Expo. Many of the sites are now under-used relics, rather like the Olympic Park in Beijing, but they are really interesting pieces of modern architecture, and fascinating to see. ...
... weaved through some very interesting streets where we were the only westerners- such an eye opener, really can't believe how they live, in absolute dirty holes, eating, napping and cleaning on the street. Makes you really appreciate how fortunate we are and how we shouldn't take things like cleanliness and having a nice place to come home to for granted because it's definitely not standard. In my eyes, these people kind of just work to exist, or ...
Thanksgiving was quite an eventful evening. We met up with Al when I got home from work to catch a taxi together. It took us probably 15 to 20 minutes to be able to hail a taxi. Most of the taxis would begin to stop, but (I'm guessing) once they saw we weren't Chinese, they drove off and pretended to not look at us. One cab dropped some people off right where we were standing so we decided to jump in it before he could take off. Once we got in and told him where we wanted to go, ...