Supreme Tower Hotel
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... Absolutely nothing to do with science or technology, unless you include the selling of smart phones, iPods, tablets, handbags, shirts and shoes in there.
She is a fantastic guide! She knows Shanghai really well, and knows what is important to know, so points out essential signs, pathways and coffee shop/toilet stops. Fuzhou Road is full of beautiful calligraphy shops, as well as a Foreign Bookstore that would rival any bookstore in ...
... stop us. We started off walking around an Aircraft carrier. This was really fun and we climbed as high as we could go! We saw tanks and guns and lot of planes. After that we caught a golf Cart to lunch where we had "food". The lunch wasn't that great so we ate ice cream after instead, than we went to an obstacle course called Heroes road where we raced over logs up and down cargo nets through tight spaces and over balance beams. This was fun but many people got muddy or wet. After ...
... the pictures do the views justice. It really is pretty spectacular.
The morning before Rob's departure we squeezed in a walk along Nanjing Road as I mentioned, and wandered into People's Park. Being Saturday, the Wedding market was in Full swing! Parents were in attendance with listings of eligible daughters, or in some cases sons. Some notices just stated the height, weight, age and occupation of the girls while some included pictures. Shanghai is ...
... was around and we knew why. The heat was getting near to 42C and sweat started pouring off us. We decided to scrap the walk, and go back at night. It's amazing how heat drains all sense of purpose! One of the places we decided to check out for one of our first meals in Shanghai was a place called Yang's Dumplings - it's a chain restaurant that's hugely popular. They are famous for their fried pork dumplings, which you line up outside for and pay ...
Semester two begins…
We had a teacher training day on Sunday, so all SHANE teachers on government contracts (both middle and primary schools) had to turn up to Head Office for 9am. Naturally this was not popular with us!! It was necessary however, because they've completely changed the whole syllabus, and have also given us new software to use instead of Powerpoint. Complaints aside though, it was lovely to see everyone together. I'd missed the ...