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... and Kirsen has no idea where she is half of the time. We all watch out for them . . . They are very stoic, however, and mostly do not want help! :-)
Laurie ran into a door a few nights ago, going to the bathroom. She has a very black eye! Plus - she has an abscessed tooth - which is clearly infected . . John has picked up the respiratory bug that is going around - he has had a fever and is generally "not so ...
... weren't allowed to stay but Daddy Edgell put on the charm and the waitress escorted us out to the terrace to admire the view. Downstairs we sipped on cocktails in the Glamour Bar at a window seat which still gave us prime views over the river. Here we sat and giggled and came up with a plan for tomorrow- a boat trip down the Huandpu. Boat number 6 for Laura and I this trip. We meandered down to the Indigo Hotel ending our walk on the Bund. Another successful taxi grab we headed ...
Since being back from Hong Kong not too much has happened. The weather has gotten increasingly nicer so we have had the chance to get outside on our courtyard and play some volleyball. On Friday we went to the main SUFE campus and found a volleyball court and played there all afternoon. Oh how I have missed playing volleyball.
On Saturday night we went to this place called Mr.X. The name makes it sound super sketchy, but it actually is ...
... more like Cirque de Sole, and it was not that. There were however some pretty cool plate spinners.
Overall a good day. It rained a lot. I spent a whopping $1.75 on a new umbrella. and I am full of tofu. A food, which it turns out, I really don't like at all. really. it is terrible.
Tomorrow we move to Shanghai Finance University. Who has a partnership with Towson University. I have my first Mandarin Lesson tomorrow.
... or very little! On Wednesday Rosa and Lavinia came round to the flat for a chat and to make banoffee pie with me for Kate’s birthday. After making the pie we had homemade soup, bread rolls, camembert, brie and goats cheese which was a nice treat for us seen as all we normally eat is noodles, dumplings and rice! When they were leaving I gave Lavinia my heater because she had been joking about how her door doesn’t close and ...