Yizui Crown Hotel
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... nice taking photos of us and taking us to our bus.
When we got on the bus, it was just around 11:30-11:45pm. Knowing that it was already Erynn’s birthday in Australian time, we all sang Happy Birthday for her in English, followed by the same song in Chinese again when it had hit midnight in China. Rachel explained what she was going to do with us tomorrow and gave us bottled water so we could have something to drink before we got to our hotel. When we got to our ...
Hey everyone, just wanted to let everyone know John and have arrived in China!
All I will say so far is that it is interesting...
We don't have converters for the outlets to charge our computers so I am going to wait until tomorrow to post an update of the flight and first experiences in China!
Stay tuned and love you all,
... lectures on Chinese culture, and traditional
Chinese medicine. I also find time to have foot massages; such a wonderful
thing, and have learned about different types of jade and what to look for when
buying jade. I have been on a tour to a millionaire’s private home and garden,
taken some yoga classes, and started a knitting project. In between, I go to
the gym often as well as swim, and I ...
... of the market, we bought street food. Alex and I shared it. We had doughy pastries, and a dough and green pepper tortilla-type thing. It was kinda scary at first, the thought of street food after walking through the wet market, but it was delicious. Tasted a lot like fair food. As we walked through the neighborhood, eating our treats, we observed more weird stuff.
There was a canopy area with pool tables under it. Next to ...
... near the outdoor bistros, and saw a statue/fountain.
We continued through, walking by the skyscrapers, along the walkway that was built for the 2010 World Expo. It was a good opportunity to see the big center of the city, of Pudong.