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Today we spent our last day in China. Last night we were taken to watch a Chinese acrobatic show which was the most death defying, enjoyable show we have ever seen. The acrobats were extremely young and talented and did not make one mistake. It was beautiful and terrifying at the same time. When we exited the theatre, we discovered a full blown thunderstorm in progress. It was raining "cats and dogs" as our guide kept telling us!! The lightening was frightening and beautiful as ...
... numerical sign values for quantities of fruit at the stalls. With bags of goodies filled with water, strawberries, bananas, oreos, chips, shampoos, conditioners, and deodorants, the teachers head back to campus ready to distribute the essentials, but also to also conceal certain surprise treats reserved for night snacks. With the girl’s stellar behaviour, Dr Zee surprises the girls with fruit and cookies at night. Jumping with joy, screams of elation, and broad ...
... This area is a maze of little shops each branching off walks that seem to branch in every direction. Looking at the cost of things, it is clearly a spot where tourists hit in the city. We did find a cute little candy shop (the Candy Lab) where they were making hard candy of nearly every flavor-- kind of tasted like Jolly Ranchers. The picker eater among us also found Chicago Style Pizza, although I dare say it looked much more like ...
... met Jane, one of the local teachers from our school, to go sightseeing. She was in Hangzhou visiting her family and wanted to meet up with us. We were quite fortunate to have a Chinese person with us because we did not have to figure out how we were going to get around on the minimal Chinese we all spoke. We went to Lingyin Temple, a famous Buddhist temple in the city. We also went to the famous West Lake where they have Three Pools Mirroring the ...
... the top of Pearl Tower at dusk and watched as all of the lights in the city came on. Then we walked down one floor to an observation deck with a yes, transparent floor. Yikes! My first footsteps were done gingerly, but I was hooked and around the whole circumference I went. It’s fantastic to look down on a city like that.
There is a great museum on the history of Shanghai in the base of the Pearl Tower, which one could easily get lost in. And what ...