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Today Ollie and I met Kirsty (Elle wasn't feeling up to it) at East Nanjing station at 9am. We had along metro journey all the way to the other end of a line. Thames town is 30km out of Shanghai yet you can still get there via the metro - crazy! After just over an hour we arrived at the correct station and then it was just a short journey to the town itself. The town really was as described. ...
... variety of statues, vendors, and benches along the walk. Several of the buildings along the Bund side were decorated with Christmas decorations (laurels, lights and trees), which was one of the only reminders that the holidays are approaching. The sky wasn't as clear as when I last came here, but you could see up and down the river for miles.
I didn't see any food that appealed to me and I was getting tired from a day of traveling, so I decided to ...
... lots of friends, food, beer and chatter :o) None of the food lasted long and time passed quickly; sometime after one it was decided that we would move onto Lune, one of Shanghai's clubs with a roof terrace.
Any worries I'd had people not coming were completely unfounded I am happy to say :o) And one of the best things about the party was that I received several thank you emails and texts the next day!! I love manners!! :D
... similar. They have similar taste in clothing styles and hair styles, they follow pop culture... and they love Gangnam Style. If you don't know what I'm referring to, look it up. All the cool kids will be doing it at their wedding dances ;) I didn't know what it was until Tim (my wonderful fiance) showed me a video a couple weeks before I came to China. Much to my entertainment, the elementary students learned this dance in a PE class I ...
... at each other at the adjacent table.
After negotiating the bus back to the big smog we went hunting for the night food market. Hard to describe exactly what it was like but if you go to your local supermarket, take away the shelves, walls, packaging, tiled floors and checkouts and scraped the bottom of the ocean and emptied its contents into about 100 sizzling hot woks you'll still be way off. We opted for some noodles (and something else) which were really tasty but ...