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... but just listening in the conversation doesn’t work. Either you have a talk with someone or you don’t and then you are not part of the discussion because you do not understand it.
That is sometimes really hard. There are days when I can blend it out, where I am glad to have my smartphone to write via Whatsapp with the first people waking up at home but sometimes I could just run away screeming. I do not always have a topic to talk with my colleagues about even though ...
We walked to the old part of the town and Yuyuan Gardens. The gardens weren't too crowded because the weather was pretty grotty. We spent a long time in the gardens - they were lovely and then had another wander around the old town which had lots of shops and things to buy!!We had lunch in a fast food type restaurant and our choices were pretty good - chicken on sticks and noodles.
We walked back along ...
... the address for me in English and Mogsy and I proceeded to hunt it down. After a 30 minute trek and two metro line changes, we wound up on the smelliest street in China. I belief this to be indisputable as it must have been the "fresh meat" section of town because everywhere you looked there were fish, eels, chickens, pigeons, and a million other animals lining the street. For a small fee, they would chop the head off the animal and hand ...
... to the People's Square to check out the Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Center.
http://www.travelchinaguide.com/attract ion/shanghai/urban-planning-exhibtion-h all.htm
We didn't have much time to look around before going to meet our friends for dinner, so we breezed through the museum quickly. Most impressive was the giant model of Shanghai's idealized future that encompassed the entire third floor. ...
... phone runs out of minutes in China, it cuts you off. There is no warning. No polite text message that informs you of the little time you have left, just an annoying bilingual recording that insists, “Your phone is disconnected.”
Thinking quickly (with both my head and the 2nd brain inside my pants), I borrowed a friend’s phone, texted my gay friend and found myself in a taxi heading to Shanghai Studio in less than 20 minutes.
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