Jinjiang Inn Shanghai New International Expo Center
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... like a slushie on a stick, still very delicious though.
Chelsea and I returned to the hotel where we packed up, since we have to leave in the morning. I decided to put my carry on suitcase inside my larger luggage, which I hope doesn’t make it weigh too much! I brought some clothes that I will be leaving to make room for gifts and souvenirs, so after we are at the school my bag should be reduced quite a bit. Tomorrow we are off to Dalian for the ...
... biased because I'm in love with Hong Kong's waterfront, but come on, I can't be the only one that thinks the Oriental Pearl Tower is fugly.
Okay well my day wasn't a total bust, I did start my day with this delicious bakery bun; however, it was cancelled out by a failed milk tea craving (I'm only smiling in the photo because it was taken pre-drink). ...
... After filling up on hot dogs, we met up with Jomar and headed to a go-kart place that Raven and AJ had been to before called Stampede. We met up with Nate and his co-workers there. The go-karts were AWESOME! They go about 25-30 MPH. The track is located inside a shopping mall. We paid 100 RMB and got to race for about 10-15 minutes. When I first began my race, I didn't realize that the track had greased corners so I went barreling into the first turn and slammed ...
There is a Caucasian (I'm assuming American from his demeanor) who ride a large motorcycle past my apartment complex every morning. He is quite hostile and embarrasses me. I've seen him flick a man off, and he yelled "get out of the way!" as he went speeding by. My coworkers have seen him physically push a woman on a small motor scooter out of the way (she was unfazed). Although I don't care for him, I do look for him every day, kind of like that ...
... was out. We decided that it was about 30C at 0830 already and got up to around 34-35C later. Good preparation for Dubai!
Once again caught the subway back to central Shanghai, having done it once before we are now experts and handled the random train change that tripped us up yesterday like pros. Wandered around the museum area looking for street vendors for breakfast but nope, never one to be found when you are starving and haven't had breakfast. Stumbled across a ...