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... time and when I showed them my gift card they suggested I come back next week. The girl I was trying to speak with spoke no English and was using a crude translation program on her phone. I really got the feeling that they just didn't want to honor the gift card. She finally told me someone that speaks English would be in later in the afternoon. Maybe I will stop in again on Sunday when Renee is out to High Tea with her coworkers.
Lunch got off to ...
... out how to 'live' with this disease. Well, here we are, sitting in a hospital in China - was it really a good idea to start here and not someplace like Canada?
We headed for a quick dinner at the Blue Frog, Brian opted for the chicken wings and fries, while I stuck more with my caesar salad and maybe a few ...
People's Sunrise Number Two was even less inspiring than yesterday’s inaugural debut. Nonetheless I was up for it and felt obligated to take at least one picture. So that is what you are getting, one picture. After my exhausting photo shoot I sat down to work on my blog while Renee was still sleeping. Eventually she got up as well and we were ready for day one of our new routine.
We stocked the pantry yesterday with our foray into ...
... weren't allowed to stay but Daddy Edgell put on the charm and the waitress escorted us out to the terrace to admire the view. Downstairs we sipped on cocktails in the Glamour Bar at a window seat which still gave us prime views over the river. Here we sat and giggled and came up with a plan for tomorrow- a boat trip down the Huandpu. Boat number 6 for Laura and I this trip. We meandered down to the Indigo Hotel ending our walk on the Bund. Another successful taxi grab we headed ...
I went on a two day business trip with my Chinese colleagues for a training programme. Luckily
the training was set up in English – due to my attendance as I was the only
foreigner joining the course. It is not uncommon that courses are only given in
Chinese and after one lesson of Chinese I am not there yet…
We went to Kunshan on Wednesday afternoon to be able to start the training early on
Thursday morning. When we arrived ...