Shanghai Julu Garden Villa
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... I tentatively took the faithful step onto the glass. The area that the French occupied is now known as The French Concession. Back in the 19th century it was a bit rough and ready but today it's one of the highlights of the city. Great bars and restaurants line leafy streets and around the area called Tianzifang, there are some of the coolest funky cafés tucked down tiny narrow streets. And not an onion soup in sight. Once again, we have hardly scratched ...
... the good expat areas are with decent bars and clubs. He told us that they were going to a club called Arkham later, so we said we would meet up with him there. We then got in a taxi to Yong Kang Lu ("Lu" means "Road" in Chinese) which had a huge strip of bars. It actually looked a bit like somewhere from a party holiday mixed with English pubs! Spotted an Irish bar which looked fun, but will have to check that out next time... We went into a small bar called *Cafe ...
... peaceful place to visit amongst the hustle and crowds. A tranquil place which some guy built around 400 years ago just to impress his parents. I thought cutting the back garden grass for my dad was a pain in the **** growing up! This lad was another level. To sum Shanghai up it has very unique and different areas to visit and all having different but cool vibes in them. I've got a feeling if we ever come back to China, Shanghai will be the first place on our ...
... if I get the job. After 3 hours of travel, we finally got back and I I had to visit my noondle lady and meet with my tutor. I was so sweaty, stinky, and tired. I wish I hadn't arranged that meeting. It was so awkward. I couldn't explain anything to her or understand what she was saying. I hope every week isn't like this. Tonight, we're going to an Acrobatic show. I wonder if it'll be like Circus du Soleil.
Zai Jian. Shuo Zhong Wen!
... of looks like hot water and grass cuttings but ends up tasting
a lot nicer, you just have to watch out for chunks of green in your teeth
after) The couple was everything a cute old married couple should be: tiny,
smiley and wrinkly. Our translator helped us talk about their family, their
newyear traditions and our equivalent holiday (importance wise), Christmas. To
our surprise, they toured us around the entirety of their little house, ...