Zhaoyuan Hotel Shanghai
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... an Imax theater in it. This city is a jungle of skyscrapers! I bought a fruit stick and big meat taco for $1.30. The fruit was lovely and every piece was covered in a weird hard sugar to keep it fresh I assume. I don’t know! It was so good though. The taco was really greasy but amazing. We wandered around and eventually ran into People’s square where we sat and had a coffee. I love love love people watching! There were some young girls performing on a stage close ...
... season. Yes, I had a Coke on the plane because Pepsi wasn't an option. I was not very happy. Then there was the stop in South Korea and our final flight to Shanghai.
Trying to get our luggage onto the small bus was a challenge. But we finally arrived at out hotel and now it is time to go to sleep.
Tomorrow's Plan is to explore Shanghai.
... br> conditions. This is in the end the same because the weather has a fundamental influence
on the traffic. With rain the bus normally needs 15min longer but in minimum
time I was home in 45min. But that is more on rare occasions…
Yesterday, I was still very tired from the work dinner the night before and the
overindulging, so I tried to catch some sleep in the bus. Before falling asleep
the bus stopped, the driver left the bus ...
... in China! That seems so crazy to me!!! I only have 185 days left in China! WOW! I can't wait to see everyone and my sweet baby and now that I've scaled the mountain, everyday is downhill! This also means that I've got to start doing some serious thinking about my next big adventure...to return, to stay, to become a pirate and sail the open seas...oh, the possibilities!
"What I love most about this crazy life is the adventure of it." -Juliette Binoche
... is teaching at an international school here in Shanghai. We met on the way to the metro one day after realising we were heading to the same apartment complex and struck up a conversation. We went for dinner at the 'foreigner’s street’ on Hongmei road. This is a street with exclusively international restaurants and pubs. We enjoyed a (huge) plate of (very delicious) nachos which was more than enough for the both of us. After dinner we headed over to the silk market to ...