Villas 1931 Hotel Shanghai
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... price. He promised we would be chased by
the seller and the closer we got to the bus the lower the price would go! We
didn’t buy much because there wasn’t much time. I’m sure there will be plenty
of shopping time later.
Back to the hotel for a shower (hooray!)
and a quick nap and then off to a traditional Chinese dinner in a restaurant.
We sat at a table for 10 and had a huge lazy susan filled beyond capacity ...
... hotel across the road, so we'd be easy to find for Hanna when she turned up.
We had a nice chat about our travel plans, along with a good look through our Lonely Planet books; then it was goodbye time, and we all went our separate ways.
I spent most of the rest of the day picnicking with Lavinia and Rosa in Red Town, an arty place with galleries and sculptures near where I live ...
... plates of fish, beef, pork, tofu, squid, scallops arranged in individual shells, and the ubiquitous watermelon at the end. We load up on the bus for the 3 hour ride north to Shanghai. At one point, the trip included a boat cruise on the West Lake, but because of a festival on the lake, we are taken to the water village of Zhu Jia Jiao. Today, this village is a tourist destination. Back in the day, over 1,000 years ago, houses lined the canal ...
... cabins before looking at my ticket with a sigh of sympathy. ****, that’s a universal language; there was no language barrier in the look she gave me as she walked me down to my carriage! The clock stopped as we walked to the door of the carriage. What was ‘no seat’? I stepped onto the carriage, took one step to where I stood and looked down the aisle. The cabin was full of people squashed onto only a few seats, the rest standing, as I ...
... because we actually don't even get our first real paycheck until October 20th (LONG story). We had to get an advance on our checks and we need it to last for a few more weeks so we are trying to be mindful of that. Also, like I said before, during Chinese National Holidays, EVERYONE is on vacation and they flock to the touristy spots. So, we've been staying pretty close to home as much as possible. Last Saturday was one of the other teacher's birthday (Alex). ...