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... a bit horrified as some simple wooden beads turned out to cost over£800. I'm sure they must be significant or maybe magical in some way - dipped in the fountain of youth or something but this seemed a bit steep for a bit of wood! Outside the temple, we went instead to the more reasonably priced row of shops selling incense, lotus candles and odd souvenirs. Both Emily and her dad did some bargaining and came away with gifts and ...
... center and other enormously tall buildings some apartments, some office. The land was originally farmland but in 1993, the Chinese Government decided to create this area.as the new financial hub of China. I remain silent about what happened to the poor farmers and their families. There are now about 5 million people that live in this district of which about 2 million have come from other provinces of China.. We walked around the ...
... I haven't seen yet or done things things that were still on my to do list.
We went to Qibao – a small water city close to Shanghai. That was not the most beautiful place although mentioned in a lot of travel books and the day was also too hot to move outside. Also we saw the Chinese acrobats – I have never seen that great acrobats in my whole life. Really impressive!
By the way, my brother has been there ...
... it.Tang means soup, sugar, ly down or vey hot depending on the tone used to say it. Tricky, tricky.. I am currently working on basic greetings and phrases.
I picked up my "copy" pants from the fabric market and, for 20 dollars, I think they are fine. The stiching, if you look closely is not great quality, but hopefully no one stares at the stiching of hems too long!
Jim and I had dinner with a couple about our age from ...
... to keep. The rest of it we are going to give to the other teachers to go through. Today is now Sunday around 5:00pm. Wynneth and Jamie left early this morning to head back to Michigan as well so most of my day was spent unpacking my suitcases and doing laundry. Our AYI is currently cleaning our apartment. She is doing a great job by the way. Tomorrow morning is our first day of teaching at the school. It's weird to think ...