Tianci Service Apartment
Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... presuming the rest of the country will be the same, we'll see. We also took some time in Yuyuan Garden. It was first built during the Ming Dynasty 400 years ago, it has been renovated several times since the liberation and is now one of the key relic sites under state protection. During our walk through at about 11 am we came across some impromptu singing and also an outdoor tea dance with about a dozen or so couples, pretty quaint. Would you believe it, three weeks into our trip, ...
... waiting and noticed some oranges on the ground. My bag had broken and they were falling all over the road. Nothing in China is good quality not even the plastic bags. When I bought the sweets I got them in a small cloth bag that looks really cool and they managed to hold all the oranges as well as the boxes of sweets and the barbie doll.
I made it to the Bund and sat down for a bit so I could gather all my thoughts and the oranges. I repacked and set off again. When you sit ...
... some vocab, quick game, reading the first part of the story and then a worksheet on what they read. Well first off I had no sound, so the song was out! I suppose in this I was lucky that Jamie was there because she told me afterwards she said to the government lady sitting next to her "how is she supposed to do a song when the sound doesn’t work?" so that didn’t reflect badly on me, and more on the school or perhaps ...
... travelling flea show. Granted there were no elephants or clowns with soda water, but there were some amazing performances. There were amazing acrobats, beautiful dancers and even a guy who juggled ceramic vases with his freakin head. I guess it's more like Cirque de Solei but with Chinese people. However you look at it, it was awesome...
The fifth and final day that Mom and Dad were here, they got to spend it with me and my kids at school. It was so so ...
... took him back to where he started, and got a picture with him. I was amazed that all the zig zagged streets we drove through, I was able to bring him back to where we started!
Seeing the Yu Gardens, Old Town and French Concession
Never saw the gardens, but the shops were fantastic. Swords, Bhudas, arts and crafts, and most importantly, everything to do with Tea! Tea leaves, steepers, strainers, tea cups, and the works. I ...
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