Wu Gong Hotel
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... area, the Old City, the business district, People’s Square, some residential areas and some REALLY fancy shopping areas with stores like Louis Vuitton (sp??), Coach, Tiffany’s, and other super high end places. I almost fainted when I saw a Marks and Spencers!!! Grandma, I wonder if they have the fancy dinners? I could just stock up and microwave them at home and feel like I am in Lynn’s kitchen!
We got off the bus near a giant building ...
... 4:00am and when we woke up we got in the car and drove four hours to Davie to Sami's apartment to pick up the dogs. We were all messed up on time but happy to see Sami and the dogs. We took her out to brunch at a diner and then went back to her place to hang out a bit. Then we got in the car and drove home four hours.
David had to work the next day. I have no idea how he did that as we were both so exhausted from the time changes and the entire active trip.
... of silence. After the park we went through the underground mall where I snagged Jord a hat for half of what they were selling it for before ending up at the museum which was packed! There was a line up out the door which kind of sucked because it was sooo hot in Shanghai (I'm sure people back home feel really bad for me as winter is approaching there muahaha) but thankfully the line moved quickly so we were in in no time. Something that was really impressive was that the museum ...
So I'm writing this on a bus on my way from pnom penh to sihanoukville where I'll stay overnight then get a 2 hour boat to the island. The bus is... An adventure. In fact, its almost impossible to type because the roads are so potholed-- think stockers then double and add in mopeds, motorbikes, tuktuk s, bicycles, trucks, lorries and a couple of monsoon rains. Oops, I just fell on top of the woman next to me. Who is, incidentally, wearing pyjamas. The air con's also broken and I have ...
... figure out how to do our jobs! Jamie has been back and forth working on learning what he is doing for his new job, and I have just found out that my work load is going to be pretty big-- at least for the first few weeks, if not forever! But I am excited to meet and work with the kids, soon. And all the Chinese teachers are very nice. Funny, too!
Overall, the people are extremely willing to help if they can understand. Most of them are ...