Baolong Homelike Hotel Shanghai Luojing
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... from such different experiences and backgrounds, and yet we are all here for the same thing. I love it.
The trip back to the hotel was entertaining. Especially because it was dark and we had NO idea where we were. Alicia coached us in our black gospel talk the whole way. I had 5% battery left which at least allowed me to look at a map long enough to get a general idea of the direction we could walk in to find a metro. We almost peed our pants at one point ...
... wasn’t even there ten years ago! Pudong, the place across from The Bund, has also had an incredible transformation! The same gentrification and transformation process occurred in order to create the expo area. I am very shocked at how much this city has changed. There are many benefits to having a hotel, besides the obvious stuff like not having to wear clothes, etc. Without roommates ...
... his busy schedule to meet and spend time with us.
We were back on the road again, heading for our hotel which luckily, was a short distance away. A brief break to get unpacked and freshened up, and back downstairs to meet for dinner.
In the lobby, after 12 years of correspondence, we finally got to meet our friend Jesson Tong face to face. Jesson is the brother of Anna's foster mom. Jesson ...
... Chinese restaurant. I was searching for a place to
sit at the round table (dinner table are with very few exceptions always round)
and my dear colleague Elisa was already waving me over to sit next to her.
She is Chinese of course but for those who don't know the habit: In western
companies the Chinese always chose western names as we would probably not
pronounce them properly and this could end ...
... at the prices and turned to kate and quietly whispered....'We're being ripped off'. 'Whats wrong?' came from one of our friends. "Oh nothing, nothing. But I think you misunderstand. We dont have this kind of money".. 5 quid for a cup of tea, when your expected to buy at least 3-6 cups (they are very small cups) plus a further room charge. I apologised, and we scuttled out very sharpish. The tea lady was none too impressed. They ...