New Century Grand Hotel
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Left Melbourne Airport around 10:30pm yesterday. David jiggered his back about an hour or so before we left and has been quite stiff and sore. Mary later hurt her knee. (Let's hope we've got all of that sort of stuff managed before we get into the full swing of things)! Flight to Guangshuo was around 9 1/2 hours. Not a great deal of sleep - movies not working properly in our row and so listened to a bit of music. We had a ...
... not the only ones without a “valid “ticket and I decided to walk back down the aisle looking for my seat. As I came upon our assigned seats I looked quizzically at the people seated there and sure enough they got up right away and sat somewhere else. We had our assigned seats! It seems they did not have valid tickets either! So there we sat undisturbed the rest of the way back. We only had one more hurdle to overcome, as we arrived back in Shanghai, ...
... most famous one is called the Pearl Tower, which is made up of round sections separated on a tall tower. It's very distinct to Shanghai's skyline.
So anyway, we were all excited when Morgan told us that he was taking us to Pudong for lunch. We were driving along and admiring the tall, beautiful buildings when Morgan pointed to a building in the distance and said, "Do you see that building with the hole at the top? That's where we will be eating." ...
... and cut up sort of way, it tasted of spice annis and ginger. I was told the head was good for me and a delicacy, I claimed I could not deny them the pleasure and declined. Interestingly so did my companions. So much for healthy heads.
On this point it seems that pretty much everything is “good for you” once you sit down to eat. We had a warm milky drink served with the meal this turned out to be the pulp of a tuba that looked a bit like ...
... freshmen through juniors and Algebra 2B with seniors.
The challenge of this week with these classes was APAC. APAC is Asian Pacific Athletic Conference. There are three big APAC sports' tournaments throughout the course of the year. This week was soccer, track, and badminton. Badminton was held at CISS, boys' soccer was in South Korea, girls' soccer was at HKIS, and soccer was in Shangahi in Puxi. However, because of all of these things, there ...