Shanghai Nanjiao Hotel
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... Arrived to find the much talked about night lights dimmed and non existent.
Relaxed in the surprisingly balmy evening and soaked up the ambience, it feels like a very safe city.
6) Got halfway home on the subway, and found that our connecting line had closed for the night. Who closes the public transport at 11.10 on a Tuesday night?
We did flirt with the idea of walking the rest of the way ...
... back to the hostel, I started thinking that perhaps either China doesn’t use or trust liquid detergents or perhaps the workers there were unaware of the products they had. I am still pretty positive that the third bottle was what I wanted… Worst part about the whole experience was my ...
... most of the times I did not pay for these due to the generosity of the Chinese people, wow! All in all, China is not cheap but also not expensive. But for this trip so far it is definitely the most expensive! A haircut by the way, I found one for 1.80€. I did see them for around 40€ too though.
So this makes China my highest rated country so far. My tips for if you want to see this country too:
- Get your visa in HongKong. ...
... English. So they have to be able to speak English enough to carry on a simple conversation. Anyway, it's high stakes here people! Ms. Lindsey, the fabulous Kindergarten teacher could benefit from some help, so I am there to do what I can. I pull kids out during work time to work with me individually or in small groups on specific areas, like phonics. So, these are some of the kids who are falling through the cracks a bit during whole group lesson ...
... When Lindsey bargained for one of her purchases, one of the store owners got a bit upset with her. Lindsey bargained the woman down 5 or 10 RMB and when Lindsey pulled out her money, the owner saw Lindsey had a few hundred RMB and gave her a dirty glare for bargaining down another 5 or 10 RMB. But, bargaining is part of their culture. Plus, many Chinese shops will try to charge foreigners much higher prices than they would other Chinese people because they assume we are all very rich. ...