GreenTree Inn Shanghai Songdong Business Hotel
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... br> We have really been enjoying teaching at Shanghai Far East School. While we have many more classes than we had at Nanyang, we are also much more appreciated and have many more teachers that speak English, that we can communicate with. Our workload is still less than what we would have in NZ, and so we feel there is a good work/life balance.
My two classes are gorgeous. Little toe-rags to begin with, but they now ...
... our host) and his mum then took us out to find a SIM for a Chinese mobile connection. This proved to be quite a difficult task, but eventually done after visiting 3 places!
We then jumped on board a ‘Shanghai Sightseeing Bus’ and did the tourist thing getting acquainted with the Puxi side of the city.
After lunch we got the ferry across to the Pudong side of town ...
... and Grandpa. It is the closeness that will make this area difficult and also the fact that I've been living abroad for all the firsts--the first Thanksgiving and Christmas without Grandma, the first birthdays without them there, the first Mother's Day, Father's Day, Easter, etc. I feel like my grieving process is two-fold and will both be alone. While my family grieved over their initial loss, I was alone (Grandpa excluded), and while my family deals with the ...
... that has not had a mind of it's own lately. Our hot water heater for our shower and sink water has mostly been ok, but it does decide to turn off every now and then or to get too hot to use. Our washing machine, has been washing clothes, but not draining, so when I stick my hand in to get the clothes out, I'm met with a freezing cold wall of water. And finally, our tv. Somehow the buttons on the tv has been put onto Child Lock (ironically one of the only displays that are ...
... a really nice feel to the place. This area, combined with Tianzifang and Xintiandi, are all similar - warrens of streets like alleyways, which house design studios, cafes and boutiques - all among private old charming dwellings. This makes for a very interesting few hours of just wandering around exploring - while trying not to get totally lost! However, the cafes/restaurants in these parts are pretty ...