Xijiao Guest House
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... food! What's that all about!? But they kindly gave us what was needed smiling sweetly. Didn't we do well girls!
Our last supper was a really fun affair - it included our leaving present for William which I think he enjoyed, especially the White Lightning we gave him though we had no idea whether it really was White Lightning! The meal included more bull frog, I think, but the piece de resistance was pigeon! Not sure if it was common or garden pigeon or ...
... a very interesting place to visit the main issue is language as they do not speak English out of the hotel, so every time we go out we have to have it written in Chinese. Ventured out after lunch the wind was blowing a gale the umbrella's were blown inside out and pouring with rain, not much fun to be had today. You could only see about 800 m in front of you. All part of the ...
... students. The piece has some actions and the children really loved it. I had a lot of fun doing this and the BSS students were fantastic with the Chinese students. Then it was time to move to another classroom. Tim took us to a classroom and we waited for a little while and then he took us to another and we joined some Chinese children in a traditional Chinese writing lesson. They showed us how to draw some of the Chines symbols. It was very interesting. I spoke with one ...
... took a stroll down the Bund this evening- many, many people milling about. The old financial district with well preserved 100 year old buildings are alongside the Bund and just across the Huangpu River is the new central business district. This area started to be developed just 20 years ago in the 1990's-and is now a thriving district of dense mega high rise buildings with an amazing contemporary skyline of interesting architecture and lights. More of Shanghai ...
... when we come to their shop. One of them always moves his eyebrows up and down while opening his eyes wide, and they all say "good morning!" "how are you!". By the way, saying good morning is quite the common greeting, usually paired with hello and hi. It tickles me, so I always say it back, especially in the afternoon and evening.
Thursday after school Scott and I got really creative with our dinner meal. We had left over chicken, and added it to our ...