Motel 168 (Shanghai Chengdu North Road)
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... But no....she just seemed to go into a mood because he didn't laugh when she did. I told him to go and run his fingers under the tap in the bathrooms which he duly did.
When he returned a mere, twenty seconds later, I realised this wasn't someone who had any first aid knowledge at all. With his girlfriend now looking like she was sucking on several lemons, she continued to ignore him as he sat back down. I kept an eye on him for a ...
... I would never hear a Chinese man say. The less said of these the better :P. It was a really fantastic conversation and restored my faith in the Chinese people after my brush with the scammers.
Then Sunday I went to one of our PH services in Shanghai. It was amazing to see Chinese people worshipping God and praying just like anywhere else in our fellowship all over the world. I was really blessed to meet the ...
... was not much to notice anymore. Not sure if the motor scooter driver survived... But anyhow, this could happen anywere, though it was a shocking experience.
Well on the other hand I saw today a lovely couple on the scooter: A man with a small monkey. The monkey was sitting on the front seeming to enjoy the ride though Shanghai traffic. That made me smile.
... here three times during our stay in Shanghai and enjoyed all the dishes we tried with the exception of one. They also had a little store that you could buy stuff to take home, and they had some good cookies we picked up.
A few other highlights from our time in Shanghai:
A large park called People's Square was nice to walk thru that also had some museums and galleries. We opted to only visit The Shanghai Museum which turned out to be free. ...
... House, 1846 is a shabby chic tribute to Shanghai's fascinating past. It's all wood panelling, accurately described by Lonely Planet as a cross between public school and Victorian asylum! A stroll down the Bund is a testament to "mine's bigger than yours" turn of the century and Art Deco architecture, serving as a reminder of the bullish confidence and imperial authority of yester year. What's going on right now, on the other side of the river in Pudong, is not dissimilar. ...