Shanghai Nanjiao Hotel
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... French and British and built on the back of Opium in the mid 19th century, it has ballooned into a city of 20 million with the city growing upwards rather than outwards. A trip up the Pearl tower is great way to put the size and height of the city into perspective. The views from the 351 metre observation deck are spectacular and at a lower platform at 280 metres, there is an adrenalin fuelled glass floor platform. Whilst I'm not scared of heights, I did **** my ...
... br> 11pm, and went to the Marriott Central for cocktails first. We were
taking photos in the lounge bar when a lovely lady asked if we wanted
one taken together. She had recognised Will's accent and she and her
husband were from Scotland. They introduced themselves as Robin and
Jacqui and invited us to join them for drinks. Robin is the CEO ...
... we tried every street food stall on our walkabout but always came back to this guy who used to smoke, argue with his misses and cook noodles on his wok at the same time! What a guy. We visited the main sights such as the Bund where every young Chinese couple go to have there professional wedding pictures taken. It has a waterfront and skyscraper backdrop. Hope they appreciate me and Lowra doing a bit of photo bombing in the background! Yu yuan gardens ...
So sleepy. Interview...1st class. Tutor session. Sleepy. Talk tomorrow morning when I wake up to do work. Love and goodnight.party bus...no.
So, yesterday was pretty rough. EJ, Daniel and I got lost on our way to Broadway. Our poor taxi driver was so confused. It was interesting to drive through the neighborhoods..small shops and shacks galore. The people at Broadway were nice and my interview went well. It was only 5 minutes. ...
... peered into doorways to witness supper being
made and various other homey tasks being completed. The tour organizer had
connections with the people of the village and soon we arrived at a tiny little
house that belonged to an old retired couple. They we expecting us, and invited
us to come inside sit down and drink freshly made tea. (The tea you are served
by hosts is generally is a clear glass with hot water poured over fresh green