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gift shop (consisting of two dolls, a t-shirt and some snacks),
looking out at sea, watching birds and flying fish, possibly seeing a
small hammerhead, the two day ferry was over and we entered Osaka
behind schedule. A long, drawn out process of checking our
temperature with a thermo camera (not sure what they do if you're
ill), the slowest finger print and picture check, and a very
exhaustive bag check happened and we were free to find the hostel.
... are to many of you, because I can. Aside from the political situation in China, looking back, I also see my life in China as a kind of dream. One year ago, I was preparing to leave America for a completely strange country, foreign in almost every aspect you can think of. I was ignorant, with no knowledge of the culture, history, language, political system, etc. I truthfully never thought the day would come that I'd leave America for this strange, foreign place, ...
... explaining that no, we would go in series, not parallel, a little electrical engineering joke there. I need to get back to FMCG.
For my clear failure in organisation I was sent first into the massage parlour to get “cleaned up”, thanks, the lady led me to the very back of the spa into a changing room and shower pointed at the towels, closed the door and left me to it. Bliss is indeed a shower after a long flight when you thought ...
... either postponing marriage or postponing children. He refers to them as DINKS (double income no kids). He says that in China it is the groom’s family’s responsibility to pay for the marriage. Hmmmm….The name Shanghai means “above the sea” or “go to the ocean.” It is also the only city name that is a verb—“he got Shanghaied.” David explains that the verb usage came from the opium wars ...
... rest of China may feel in a decade's time.
Rain on the first day drove us indoors to the Shanghai Museum. A great (and free) way to consolidate what we'd learnt about China so far - including the paintings, the calligraphy, the porcelain and the jade. In the afternoon, souvenir shopping in the old town was another great way to stay out of the rain.
The rest of the weekend was sun, sun, sun. So we filled our time admiring the ...