Wanhe Yalong International Hotel Shanghai
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Shanghai WOW what a place, the sky rises were phenomenal! The first evening we were there we went out into the city to explore & to describe it would be a mix between New York & Las Vegas! There was so many people on the streets we saw people doing karaoke and dancing classes, in what would be in the middle of St Stephens Street in Norwich (but on a much bigger scale!) I have never seen a street like this one, there was literally ...
... roll thing we had to do, where you make yourself into a ball with your arms crossed over holding your ankles, then you have to bang your feet together, roll backwards and bang your feet together again before rolling yourself back up into a seating position, AND because the dvd lady kept telling use to 'use your powerhouse' - I made dinner for us and we ate while watching an episode of New Girl.
And then we headed out to a massage parlour under ...
... because it’s made in China. Beats by Dre headphones everywhere, allstar shoes, wallets, bags, clothes…you name it, they have it. We tried our hand at bargaining for some glasses that we will wear when we go clubbing tomorrow, the starting price for three pairs was 150RMB, we ended up walking out of there with three glasses for 75RMB. I say that’s a pretty good start for brand new tourists.
Well, that’s the update for now. Enjoy the read and stay ...
... and I would not be forced to use Chinese there but there are more career opportunities. I've got a lot to figure out and I know the second half of the year will go by very fast.
I haven't been keeping up on too much news back home. I did hear that winter never really came for the lower 48 this year; or I guess it was very sporadic and unusual. The locals here say winter never came but I choose not to believe them. Obviously the election ...
... to be enrolled, and applicants come from all over China. As with all Chinese secondary schools it is a boarding school and all students live in and go home on weekends if their families live in Shanghai.
Given this, it was an honour for the Principal to spend 3 hours meeting with us to discuss the possibility of a student exchange. I had researched with the Deputy Principal of Brisbane Boys Church of England School ...
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