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We were taken to a tea room to watch a traditional tea ceremony....whilst all the words being said in mandarin, I have no idea as to what was going on....other than it was rather theatrical.
We got to nibble on a variety nuts and dried fruits while we got to sample some green tea and jasmine tea.
Time to head back to our bus and get back to our hotel room at the Shangri La. Tonight we have a gathering with our new 600 ...
... for the next six months. The taxi driver stayed with me until Sunny arrived and she hugged me in what felt like a relieving moment for both of us! The journey was finally over, now it was time for the adventure to begin. She introduced me to Sean, my new housemate who seemed nice. His first impression of me was can you help me carry my suitcase up the stairs... six long flights of stairs later and we were there, in my new house. He cooked me dinner whilst I had a refreshing, ...
... you would find in Europe. It started as a warm day, and got more chilly as the day went on, but we still had a nice time walking around, taking photographs and exploring a new part of our city. We stopped at Urban Soup Kitchen for lunch, which calls itself a "New York style soup kitchen" but I'm not sure what that even means. It was a small place that seated only about 10, but had delicious soups and sandwiches for cheap. While walking along Wu Kong, ...
... for someone's birthday. I had a much needed relaxing day on Sunday and was invited to dinner at my boss's house. His three kids are adorable and I met another young couple who they met through church and coincidentally live in my apartment complex.
Today's work day consisted of going to see a factory in Ningbo. When we got back to Shanghai at around 5pm I met my dad, Jessie and Mark for dinner.
Hope you enjoy the pictures from my weekend!
P.S. here are ...
... a little on the brief side so that I can get caught up on that very important part of my study. Of course, I won't skimp on the quality. ;D
Unfortunately, my camera still wasn't charged after it died in Hongzhou...so no pictures of me dressed up all fancy, or of the Pearl Tower...so I will have to make up for it with entertaining details.
Okay, so on Friday the 24th, besides a make up chinese class because of a typhoon day, we had an ...
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