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... I was just curious. The only person present in the shop was a young man in his twenties. He called, and came out of an inner door a teenager girl. She was going to wash my hair. She took my 30-lb. backpack with effort and locked it away. When she came back she handed me a small key with spiral bracelet. Then she wanted me to put on a robe so I did. After she finished washing my hair, she started priming me for the next step, the real hair cutting. She paused ...
It was easy to reach the hostel from the train station and relatively cheap considering the length of time it took (approx. 25 minutes for 40 yuan). The hostel is superb; clean, tidy and well organised. It is in a good location and has everything you need, including a bar and built in restaurant (not great, but they do the job!). It's nice to be amongst other WHITE PEOPLE again too! Before leaving we were tempted to miss out Shanghai but decided that ...
... over an hour on expressways to this destination. Entry tickets to the village (Zhujiajiao) gave us entry to museums, gardens, galleries, plus a boat trip a la Venice. Even better than our 1974 day in Venice as today we enjoyed a blue sky and warm sunshine.
We wandered, explored, enjoyed a water colour exhibition of Australian and Chinese artists, avoided purchasing souvenirs, had a delightful meal upstairs alongside the river with a great view of the ...
Dad and I woke up early Sunday to have breakfast then head to mass. Maggie Song picked us up to take us to church. The drive was one of the more scary drives we've had. Not just because of the generally bad driving here. But it was through one of the most poor cities I've ever seen. Being able to see the way wealthy people live in a country is one thing, but until you've seen the way the majority of people live you haven't seen the country, or city for ...
... place where there is no internet, they are only just getting home - both boys are asleep in the car. The little one wakes first, he is 4 and sets a new record as Mr. Grumpy pants. His short but intense tantrum scream in Lu's ear goes un-reprimanded - classic China parenting style. The older one emerges from the car more quietly, but is very shy and won't look towards us when asked if he remembers us:-)
We get off the subway back in SIP, a few stations earlier than the ...