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It s really the 24th of September despite what the blog is telling you! Today we left Shanghai to fly to Yichang and to our Yangtze River Cruise. Not the smoothest of days lots of hold ups but we are finally aboard Victoria Lianna which is lovely. Free wine in the cabins and free laundry service to compensate for our delay! Happy ...
... walk we than got to the water bridges where we balanced over a tight rope wire and along a massive cargo net which was standing vertical this was really fun. The boys ended up winning the race. We then tried some others which was fun. The wind in the sky was good today do we did some kite flying. I was partners with Jessica and we both discovered we can actually fly a kite! This was fun! After this it was time to go back to school and get ready for our last surprise. We got into ...
... respects a very modern city but some old ways still exist and that includes parent's finding suitable partners for their children. As I have said before, Shanghai is a city of contrasts!
The visit was too short but Robert had a taste of Shanghai at least. I think I am still getting a taste-there is so much to see here.
With our Christmas break upon us, I will wait until next year to continue our touring and blogging. Happy Holidays ...
... 1.20nzd for 4 dumplings. They were so delicious, that we went back many times. Despite our no eating at the same place twice rule - that was scraped for this delicious place. Another favourite food while we were in Shanghai was fish balls and wonton soup. Fish balls conjure up in my mind, pieces of fish (eyes and all) minced into a ball which seems disgusting. Fish balls couldn't be more different, they are the constancy of meat balls, and are ...
... entirely new 5 minute job. For the most part, it has won me respect from co-workers and past principals, but recently it has cost me a bit of my sanity. I was overwhelmed and in search for an escape route.
I thought my time at home would solidify my desire to return to San Diego and throw in the towel. But if anything, it made me question my current direction even more. I was left in a state of paralysis. Not able to move forward or backward. ...