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... been working on (shhh...details later). And where did they end up for lunch? Why MacDonald's of course, ready to devour a Big Mac and a McFlurry! No skewered frogs or insects were to be seen on their menu this day! With the girls one by one returning to their dorm from their days adventures with their buddies, the air becomes electric again with the girls all swapping tales of their fun filled day. Smiles, giggles and non stop chatter clearly an indication to their teachers ...
... pilgrimage place. Hoards of youngsters and families with children were on their way to the park to have a day of fun and for me, it was another mission I had set for myself. And the other reason why I was in Shanghai. Sheshan Basilica was on top of a hill and I was like WHAT????? Many a times, I wish I was just on the streets of Shanghai walking aimlessly INSTEAD OF HAVING TO CLIMB A ...
... next day...Al, Charlie, and I attempted to take a visit to the Shanghai Museum. Once we got there we noticed a Long Long line of people waiting to get in. We didn't want to waste time there so we tried to find the art museum which we did, but noticed it was closed. FAIL...So, we walked around People Square, a Park downtown...and found a small Art Exhibit that was happening in a building so we made our way inside and looked at some art pieces. Very ...
... grade 2 classes were going over words with "ai", "ie", and "oo" in them. The grade 1 classes were reviewing words that began with a few different letters (I don't remember which) and words that end with "ng". After the 5 classes in the morning, I got a free lunch from the school cafeteria. Today they served fried chicken, beans mixed with garlic and onions (the Chinese love garlic and onions), tomatoes mixed with scrambled eggs, watermelon, some sort of soup (I wasn't in the ...
... get some good park views, then split off where we think the way to the People’s Square is. We find a very pretty urban garden, and a major local tourist trap, obviously to do with the evolution of the Communist Party, but doesn’t have a single word of English. We try to find out what it is, but get pinged going past the ticket box, so still don't know what it was.
We find ourselves lost here, and have to get out all our ...
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