Yu Xing Hotel
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... to pantomime. The only things from my list I didn’t get were decent sized plastic bowls, apparently everything in China is, well, china. I also couldn’t find a pitcher and in retrospect I understand why. Everything here is metric so all the pitchers are one-liter, which is too small for the dozen packets of Crystal Light I brought with me. And while sitting here writing this I realized I forgot the oven mitt. Sigh.
When I was ...
... disturbed by car alarms, super noisy neighbours and the temperature I was thrilled that wasn't any rush to get up. Showered (also pre-train) with bags packed we checked out and dumped our bags in left luggage and walked out into the weekend chaos. First mission was to go and walk up and down East Nanjing Road once again to make sure we hadn't missed anything. Still crowed with people fuelling the Chinese economy it was like Covent Garden on a Saturday. Fulfilled ...
... open, all bets are off.
In short, we were elbowed, pushed, and more by overzealous Chinese people in search of a railing spot on the boat.
The boat also smelled bad but it had a nice view.
After the ferry, we walked up and down the Bund looking for a place to eat.
We tried a few places that were closed, and then decided to sit down in a deli for a beer before dinner.
We walked in, sat down, and ...
Ok, so a quick catch up since Saturday's adventure shopping!
Sunday was absolutely amazing. After having another interesting breakfast at the hotel we took the bus to our school! It is right on the other side of the block but since there is a giant sports stadium between us it takes about 5 minutes by bus. When we arrived I think every jaw dropped to the ground; the campus is gorgeous. The school ...
... wedding dresses. And he was saying that red is the traditional colour for a bride as it means good luck but since the western culture has started to influence China some brides are wearing white. It was frowned upon initially but it is becoming more common now. We have seen at least 15-20 weddings and it would be at least half and half red/white. He also told us that retirement age for women is 50 and men are 55. He did mention that the children ...