Shanghai Grace Land International 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 ...
... bit of a slow trip with a few stops for naps :-) Nearly home now. P.S. Our flight from Shanghai was delayed nearly two hours while we sat on the plane and waited so thank goodness for that upgrade! Missed our connection flight to Wellington but now ensconced in Auckland Koru Lounge awaiting our 10.00am flight - which has just been delayed!! Hopefully we will make it back to Masterton Today ...
Will and I were both in our AP workshops all day, me in English Language and Composition, and Will in World History. Several if our Dipont teachers are also here - Rehema, Jessie and from RDFZ, Beijing and Andrew and James from Wuxi Tianyi. After we finished our workshop we went back to the hotel to get ready for our second evening out to celebrate Will's birthday. I wore my blue silk dress and bolero jacket which Mr Singh had made ...
... helps us out all the time since she can speak Chinese. She has always gone on these trips with her mom. She works on her AP summer reading while we are in lectures. LiJun's husband is going to join us for HongKong and Taiwan. I cant wait to meet him. I can only imagine he is as sweet as LiJun and Michelle.
Then in the afternoon we had a lecture explaining how the Chinese educational system is set up. The woman ...
... feel more like home. While all this Christmas fun was happening, we had a maintenance man come to fix a few of our burned out light bulbs. I was able to speak a little Mandarin to him, and I tricked him into thinking I could speak as well by just replying yes to his statements about going to get some other bulbs (I just assumed this is what he meant, I by no means could understand him). When we came back, Scott was talking to him, and he kept looking at me like I should ...