Shanghai Julu Garden Villa
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... legs, feet, backs, shoulders, hips, back and most other body parts forced us into a cab. Good thing, too, as we were about 5 kms from home. Yes, we're not 20 year old backpackers any more, more like wrinklies with bad hips and sore feet.
We actually had a cracking day out and have laughed about all the mishaps. Looking forward to a decent feed in London tomorrow as we've heard about the excellent British ...
... the hostel. I tried to tell my friend what had happened, and she interrupted me to tell me that the soap I purchased was the same stuff they use at the hostel!!! She said it was a waste of money, which makes me rethink the cleanliness of the hostel. Well, that’s all I have for now. From Shanghai, with love, ...
... basically just buy it, instead of applying for it.
- Stay away from the expensive and industrial eastern part of the country and head up to the mountains (Yunnan and Sichuan provinces for example) in the west.
- Don't even think about buying a Lonely Planet. It is rubbish and will lead you directly to the worst places in the country! Even worse: you will then also meet travellers that do not believe anyone, except if it is confirmed by their lonely ...
... may be struggling a bit more than others in understanding English and so they may be missing the point of the lessons. Also, for many whole group lessons, Lindsey and I split the class and we each teach the same lesson to a smaller group of students. And, I get to teach a few lessons to all the class, as well. I've been in there for 2 weeks now and I would say that it is going pretty well. It's nice because the school is pretty small (only 50 ...
... different store, Lindsey was bargaining for a hat. She told the woman the price she wanted by typing it on the woman's calculator. The woman looked at her, put the calculator down, and walked away. We assumed that meant no deal so we left the store. When we got to the sidewalk, we could hear a woman yelling "Laowai! Laowai!" which means "Foreigner! Foreigner". We turned around to find that the woman had apparently changed her mind and sold the item to Lindsey for the price she was ...