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... After the tower we went to Nanjing Road East which is a famous shopping street with all kinds of stores much like Times Square in New York. Its really nice since its fully pedestrian. We went to the M&M World which was quite interesting to see. They had a lot of very Chinese inspired merchandise such as M&M plush toys dressed up as pandas or Terra Cotta Warriors. Everything was way too expensive. I would have put ...
... his bag, and mine, only to discover it safely tucked under my arm!! I lost the room key card at each hotel. It was getting those damn tissues out all the time! We would check passports a hundred times (not lost yet). Blonde moments (too many) I have managed to mix up the name of two of the fellows travelling with us. One is six feet tall and one is around four feet tall. This has caused must jocularity amongst everyone, and the two lovely gentlemen in question ...
Feels like a while since we last posted on the blog as time is just flying by at the moment. Don't take this the wrong way but I think we both need a rest. It's pretty dam tiring all this travelling you know! Anyway I'll make a start as we don't want to lose any of our readers! Shanghai...what a city. By far the best city we have visited since being in China. It has a mix of old traditional and modern areas. We stayed in the blue mountain hostel which was in ...
... for either KFC or MacDonalds.
We were gonna have some free time in Chinatown a little later and experience the hustle and bustle of the Sunday "Yuan Market" but first was a little tour around the 600 year old Yu garden's which were not really my thing although in one of the more quiet sections Eddie showed me his nuts, no not that sort! I meant the two walnuts he had been constantly "juggling" around in his hands all day. It turns out these are ...
... gei ni shang di di fuyin you yong sheng he ci ai ye su ci ni
We wish you a merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Women zhu ni sheng dan kuai le, zhu ni xin nian yu kuai!
I'm starting at 7.30am tomorrow morning - going to stand at the gate dressed as Santa and welcome all the kids to school! :o) So, I'd best be off. I hope you had a great weekend and all have a fantastic Christmas. Sheng Dan Kuai Le!!! Lots of love from me xxx