Baolong Homelike Hotel Shanghai Henglong
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... covers and a variety of silk garments. The factory was called Silk World and was a government owned firm.
We made it back to the Ship by 1820 just in time for dinner at 1830. Very few people were there, we had a table of six for two, two waiters and a sommelier (wine waiter) all to ourselves. Following dinner we went to see a film entitled ‘Elysium'. Set in the 22nd century Earth had become overcrowded, polluted, disease ...
... weird but here this is so normal and nobody seems to care. So I try not to do either and up to a certain point it is possible. I didn't write about the baby romper suits yet (German: Strampelanzug). That was also an interesting experience for me. It was just the same as with the toilets – I heard about it but I thought that this would not exist anymore except somewhere on the countryside. Well, I was mistaken. Here in China most ...
... of me, which was hilarious and I felt like the paparazzi was following me. Later at the store, I saw another of my students shopping with her father. She was surprised to see me, I think many of them think I live at the school :)
Yesterday Scott and I had a dinner party at our house :) We had many friends over, all my coworkers plus one boyfriend who is visiting, our Canadian friends AJ and Raven, Louise, Louise's Mama and Louise's Baba, ...
... 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 ...
... like to have my bases covered just in case it ever does. Then there was the creepiest puppet I've ever seen in my life...enough said. Literally no more needs to be said about it. Seriously, forget about it...really...oh God, the nightmares.
Thus my tale of the Oriental Pearl tower comes to an end, and I am once again reminded how behind I am in keeping you informed about my adventures. Next time, I'll tell you about our meeting with Disney ...