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... Chinese family. The food was great and after an evening catching up with everyone’s news and travels we went back to campus where Molly, Juliet, Thomas, Eric and I carried on chatting until the early hours of the morning.
On Wednesday morning we were up early to go to the Police station and collect our passports, finally no longer relying on 3 sheets of paper to prove my eligibility to be in China! After lunch in canteen 1, the ...
... We also saw the weirdest boat ever- see photos) We then hopped on the ferry to get to pudong across the river which is the financial centre and home to pearl tower and other hugeee skyscrapers! We were there at dusk so had the opportunity to see all the buildings in daylight and all the pretty lights at night! (Apparently the view from the bund at night is even better!! Can't wait to see that later this week!) So much fun!!! We loveee ...
... with polluted air - obviously a bonus.
Crossing the street is a little tricky as bikes have right of way turning left or right. Just when you think you've got it covered and take a step out, a bike comes along and misses you/you miss it - by centimetres. It's the same on footpaths. With many scooters electrified you don't even hear them coming and you can't see them at night as they don't have/use headlights - obviously saving their power. If (!) ...
... wonder how my rose garden is doing back home. The magnolia and peony gardens were past the blooming time so we did not get the full effect here. The lotus flower and plant is so interesting with sacred meaning and history. It is a type of water lily, and is held sacred among many of the world's religions and cultures. With its roots in the mud, the lotus flower rises through the murky water to blossom ...
... partially funded by the government but also
by charity. When we arrived we split into three groups to teach three classes.
Mum, James and I went with the tour organizer who speaks Mandarin as our
translator. The class was grade nine, but age wise the kids were only a year
younger than me! It’s was kind of scary at first to be around so many peer-aged
kids. They were asked to guess my age and they guessed 19! I guess I am kind of