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... frequent Big Bamboos while in Shanghai, but there are some really important games on at the mo, and I'm loving having the opportunity to watch them on the big screen. Having said that, the Ranfurly Shield match against Wellington couldn't be found, so we had to satisfy ourselves with drinking beer and waiting for the result to come out on stuff. Another good result. What a month of rugby for Hawkes Bay, eh!
... was straight into our performances, it all went pretty quick but at the end it was sad because it was the last time to see our buddies. Saturday morning, instead of a busy day we got to have a break and start to pack. In the afternoon we went to the Science and Technology Museum and afterwards did a little shopping with the little money we have left. Sunday morning we went to Oriental Land and had a lot of fun, went on a big boat, we went on the fun bridges across a little river, we ...
... nights we went to a Hot Pot restaurant. We did a little further research since our niece, Kathleen was here and with much difficulty and some phone calls from Jim we booked a table at Hai Di Lao. This Hot Pot restaurant was ranked number 1 in Shanghai. Apparently their service was ranked so high that Harvard Business review did a case study on them.
We quickly learned that their high ranking service did not include excellent English –at ...
... no Chinese currency. A nice man bought me a water bottle and we ended up chatting up a storm! Turns out, he's just flown in from Montreal where he is studying cuisine! So we spoke French and chatted and met yet another man who was from Los Angels. In that two hours, I learned that the food I china is even worse than I had heard if only due to the fact that they are creating naturally occurring foods from unnatural sources... I will attach soon. ...
... to check out if you're coming to Jiao Tong:
The Bund (at night)
Coco's (It is a milk tea chain)
C's bar (No. 685 Dingxi Lu 定西路685号)
Mostly just venture out on your own and don't be afraid to walk in some sketchy place for food as long as there are a lot of Chinese people there, you will be okay.
C's bar was one of the dankest places I have ever set foot in. It ...