Villas 1931 Hotel Shanghai
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... Uh uh. Enough ranting. We had a wonderful day in the sun, lazing, people watching, catching up with Andrew and enjoying a wonderful park. Let's forget the day and get back to what's important! Bucket list. Bill. I might need your help here. All Blacks vs South Africa, Australia, and France. I don't need to go to Twickenham cos I don't like the way England play. Wales would be a gem though. Couldn't get any better really. While Richie is still captain. So sweet. Can you help ...
... to ‘relax and unwind’.
Dinner was another salad (I’m glad they like keeping us healthy), followed by shepherd’s pie / pork hokkien noodles and dessert was chocolate (how decadent!).
We had a very sooth flight, but when we went to collect our luggage we found that Shae’s bag was missing - it didn’t want to leave Australia and join us on holidays. We ...
This afternoon Emma and I went to the South Bund Fabric Market near Nanpu Bridge. It's a popular place for people (mostly foreigners because we don’t fit in Chinese clothes – even if we’re skinny enough, we’re the wrong shape!) to get tailor made shirts, suits, tops, bottoms and dresses. Also, as the name suggests, it is one of the main places in shanghai to buy all kinds of fabric :o)
Bargaining was hard ...
... I did try it and it was also tasty. Then was the salad, which had chunks of cheese, cranberries, and poppy seed dressing. I enjoyed this also, as it was one of the closest things to American salad I've had since I've been here. Next was the main course, and you could choose again (isn't this place cool?!) turkey or ham, mashed or roasted potatoes, green beans and stuffing. I chose the turkey and roasted potatoes (maybe I'm a bad American, but I don't care for mashed. Not sorry). ...
... gorgeous and being of Thai-Chinese descent we decided he would look fantastic in some Chinese sleepwear.
We love browsing through the shops in Shanghai and despite the rising prices of Chinese goods and clothing, we always find something different - and something we can't live without.
From having no missions or deadlines, we now had three.
Our first priority on arriving at our hotel however was to find some lunch. We were ...