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... to go to the acrobatic show, we kept Brennan occupied by going up and down the escalator and looking around the second floor.
The Shanghai Acrobats were in a very high-end mall with lots of lights and a grand lobby (convention-center like). The staged area must have seated 500 people. The audience was mostly tour groups and all nationalities were represented. The show was tumblers, tight rope walkers, knife throwers, plate spinners, ...
... hit as low as -3 round here,with cities further inland battered by snowstorms. Luckily we didn't have much but as a result I rarely emerged except for to feed or study until the sun came out for the weekend and it has stayed mildly warmer since. Guess that's everything done on my end. Hope people back home have got through the floods okay, all I hear is that the world seems to be ending over there! NOTE: the video blog is in two parts this week! Check them both ...
... in pain, and hands fly up to pinch our noses shut. What is the stench? Did someone use their sick bag? Did a squirrel scamper into the plane and die? Did someone go a little crazy in the airplane bathroom? No. The smell was coming from... DUN DUN DUN! ...the noodles of a lady by us! We weren't the only ones who thought the smell was bad- in fact, everyone near the lady covered their noses. A girl with a Chinese accent by us whispered "It so ...
... of good, because I don't like needlessly talking into a microphone and having pictures taken of me while doing so; but also kind of bad, because when you've prepared for 35 minutes, you want to 'perform' for 35 minutes!
In other news, tomorrow is Children's Day, so the afternoon lessons have been brought forward a little, and the students and I can go home early! Whoop!
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Once we got off the train, we headed to the ticket booth to see if we
could book a train to the Mongolian border for next week. No such luck
unfortunately, so I think we may have to wait until we arrive in Beijing
to get them. We got the metro and a bus to our hotel without much
difficulty. Ben had booked the hotel, which usually means it's gonna be
fairly nice, and this one was too, except for the glass-walled bathroom.
Absolutely no ...