Eastern Air Jingyue Hotel
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... of them to be exact, skewered on a stick and then wrapped in rice paper. They were quite good and everyone was impressed at my courage of eating it without having a clue what it might be. Hey, you don’t get to be this fat without being willing to eat most anything.
After the desert the dinner continued as we all were introduced to “Wechat” which is an app for android and iPhone that allows chatting over Wi-Fi but it also ...
... day at the school. Having two tests in the morning, Chinese and history. The Chinese test was quite easy, going over the basics and what we had learnt. The history test however, everyone finished it in 3 minutes, because we did not understand the test. After completing all of the tests, and eating our lunch, it was straight onto the rehearsals for our goodbye performance to the school. We all had fun doing the performance and it was our last chance to see be with all of the year ...
... we headed back to the hotel to check out and head to the airport. It has been a great holiday. I have loved everything we have seen and have enjoyed the company of those I have travelled with. Have many memories and got to tick two things off my bucket list: terracotta warriors and the Great Wall. I loved everywhere we went and everything we saw but these two sites were probably my favourite of the whole trip. I did also love visiting the ...
... rising bird flu cases in Shanghai, we didn't know what to think. We spent the rest of the day wandering through the French Concession district and People's Park. Alan was asked on multiple occasions by locals would he like his shoes shined - his Adidas runners that is. We laughed and moved on. The restaurant in our hostel was fantastic so we ate there a few times while in Shanghai. Spicy potato rolls, sloppy bjoes and homemade dumplings are all top drawer - ...
... fallen over potholes in the road, and the smell from some of the side-alleys (not to mention toilets) is barbaric.
Air and noise quality are problems too. When I used to talk about England with friends in Wuhu, they used to refer to our capital as the 'smoggy city' - an astoundingly ironic title considering that in Shanghai, the air quality is so bad it is a rare occurrence you ever see the moon. And even though I am on the 10th floor of my apartment, the noise outside ...