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After completing our scheduled tour itinerary in Huangshan, we decided to take a couple of days on our own to explore one of the biggest and most famous Chinese cities, Shanghai! The hotel that we had chosen was located just a couple of blocks from the pedestrian only shopping street called Nanjing Road and during our stay that became our major landmark and "safety zone" if you will. As we explored the city and ventured further and further out during our short stay, ...
... and I'm not prepared for that. I'm actually a bit disappointed. I mean, just because technically I am here in Shanghai, I could be anywhere. It's a typical airport hotel with the typical view of the airport :). (Pic posted of view in last post) So, I'll just hang out here and head to the airport this afternoon. I'm thinking I'll be able to post ...
... did the trick. Afterwards Spencer, a couple Asian friends, and I played some Mahjong. It felt so good to play again, I feel like it's been so long.
The next morning I said goodbye to Spencer and hopped on the bus to go to Sun Yat Sen's childhood residence. It was rainy and cold and by that time everyone was tired so it was a short stop. Our flight that afternoon was delayed 4 ...
... balls (yay!) literally explode in your mouth. We then walked around a little bit in very crowded street markets. Between the heat, the smells, and the people trying to sell you everything from knock-off watches to incense and fruit, the experience was very overwhelming. But time there allowed us to do some shopping with the help of Maggie Song's bargaining techniques. Dinner was in a very beautiful building that you would not even know was there if ...
... badly I didn't find Sherry or Skye. We go to Vivian's classroom first and deliver a thank you note to her for the 'pearl' necklace she has sent me via Leslie. We say good bye to the students and I get to say a few quick words to Lily Fei. Next stop Gary's class and a note delivered to sleeping Anne! Some things clearly haven't changed much. Upstairs we find Linda's office across from Pat's and she takes us to Sherry's office. Sherry seems the same, longer hair, tries to be ...