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... wanted photos with us! (Mostly with Alicia, and it hasn’t been the first time... I told her this would happen) We took lots of shots with them and then spoke to them about their research they were conducting. It was something about a mountain that some people believe belongs to Korea and some believe it belongs to Japan. I missed half of the discussion but Alicia knew a ton about it and the kids LOVED her. Their English was FLAWLESS, and they had 0 accent when ...
... was actually a rather nice Australian dry red on offer - a change from the usual Great Wall normally offered as the house wine!! And we were impressed by the generous glass size too - no lines half way up the glass at this establishment. Although we discovered when we ordered the second round that they only had 6 glasses and needed the first round ones back to recycle for 2nd round!
At 7:00 Alex collected us from the hotel and we made good time ...
... levels! As impressive as it was, navigating such a monstrosity was less than ideal. I wrote this and tried to post it only to discover that Google blocked my blog and marked it as spam!! Obviously, I protested and an actual human reviewed the account, and now it is back online. Quite annoying none-the-less… From Shanghai, with love, ...
... the park to see the locals doing their Tai Chi would be interesting and also, there is a farmers market over the road from here where fruits, vegetables and meats are sold. Merrick said that some people may not like it because they often slaughter dogs at the market. Keith thinks he will check it out but not my cup of tea. We head back to Guilin tomorrow but have some sightseeing to do on the way and the weather forecast is for rain. Today has been great. Hot and high ...
An overcast day greeted me after a much needed lie in. So far the accomodation has been well placed for the most touristy places. I walked over to Shanghai Museum before wandering through the French Concession. The streets here were tree lined and had a vaguely French feel. This is actually an educated assumption as I've only been to ski orientated French places. It may be better to say these streets didn't have a Chinese feel. The park here was pretty cool. There were lots ...