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... say, Casey and Sadie were really excited. I went to bed at 7 on Thursday and didn’t even bother eating dinner! I was so tired.
I met up with Cindy at the center at 9 to practice our lesson. We of course chose the ONLY classroom (I think there are 9) where the white board decided to not be working. We ran through the lesson twice and changed a few things before I made a copy of the lesson plan for our observers (something I am used to doing at home ...
... we were detained and interrogated for two hours (and nearly missing our flight to Sydney) by some 20 heavily armed guards for arriving in Shanghai without a valid visa. I still recall David saying "Oh Weeeendy, don't worry. You are only in transit. It will all be fine..." Well, it wasn't and after being tossed out and onto the main airport road by the guards, we had to go through the same procedure again. It was a miracle ...
... that even when you see a green man you still have to watch out for cars, buses, trucks and the particularly menacing moped. None of these vehicles care about the pedestrians in the road either, they certainly don't offer you right of way, even if you're half way across a six lane highway.
This wouldn't be so bad if you were at least safe on the pavement, but you're not. Mopeds are allowed to drive on ...
... the night ended up being a Shanghai 5K. Really happy I wore that skirt! We headed to a Restaurant called New Heights. I initially looked to be closed, but we went up anyway and ended up getting a table for 6 on the roof top deck. The night cleared off due to the full moon that will be present tomorrow night and the view got even better. We must have been there 3 hrs and the wait staff kept bringing us rounds of drinks because of the delay! Um, ok! All the food was good, I had ...
... in a huge tank of water, the entire height of the dam, in about thirty minutes.The awesome size of the dam and it's associated equipment is unforgettable, as is the forced relocation of two million people, many of whom work now in the new tourist attraction created by the Three Gorges Project.
CONSTANTLY CHANGING, MIXED OLD AND NEW, GLASS, BRIGHT LIGHTS, ...