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... designer named Alexander something. I wanted it SOOOO badly. I haven’t bought ANYTHING since I have been here. I have been so good. But I couldn’t get it. It was way too expensive. :( So cool though.
It was a perfect day, my favorite so far I think!
Until next time, I'll be blowin' in the wind....
love, hugs, and girly kisses,
the flyin' dandelion
... so we couldn’t get in! MAR FUN!!!!
We had no choice but to hail taxi #4 @ 12.20am for the night to take us to Hongqaio Airport instead to bunker down for the night. The airport had also ‘closed’ for the night (roads in were cordoned off), but we managed to sneak in via the arrivals channel and found some ‘half-star’ rated airport seats to call a bed for the night!
Can things get any ...
... down the street to the post office, leaving her open shop unattended long enough to help me. (It was a good thing, too. The little place didn't resemble a post office at all, and there was no signs in English).
The young people were just as helpful, sometime enlisting the aid of their friends to help. Seldom did any of them speak English. One small group of Japanese students were trying to tell me where to change trains in their language when my stop came ...
... As I am sitting there, the view is great and I am watching all kinds of people interact. This man keeps yelling "really" into the phone and I am sent back to the skit from Billy Squires "S*&t that black girls say". I make a mental note to see if there is one "S*&t asian girls say"! I finish my fruit and thought pancakes sounded better then corn flakes so I put 2 on my plate and head back to my table. I cut it up and take a bite and wish ...
... not bring back any of the magic to share with you.
And with that, I come to the end of my tale. In my next post, I'll cover my farewell to Shanghai as we prepare to leave on our final excursion. Thank you for sticking with me over the past several weeks. I apologize for not posting more often, but I can assure you that I'll be posting much more over the next two weeks. So, stay tuned as I bring you the details of my final two weeks in China!
Robert J. Burrows