Jinjiang Inn (Shanghai Jujin Road)
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... I'll have it for the rest of my life. Yeah.
Off to Duapuqiou for a drink and a light meal in Zintiandi. We have been here before, and while it is so easy to get completely lost in the narrow alleys, we always seem to find what we want.
We should be home by 8, and having watched the first half of Ireland beating Aussie, then the All Blacks beat Wales in the middle of the night last night, it will be straight to ...
... flowers, gardens of
tulips and pansies, small bamboo forests and of course, my personal favourite
bonsai gardens. We loved taking our time, breathing in the clean air and
feeling the warm sun on our skin.
After 2-3 of walking the garden we wandered to a large open area
where a lot of people were gathered. Here Bettina and I relaxed in the sun and
people watched. On a bright sunny day, with families out to enjoy the weather ...
... the bus for the whole red line to get a comprehensive tour of the city...with the traffic it took a little longer that it does in most other cities, but a good experience nonetheless and a great chance to rest our feet. Was definitely a good idea of Robs' to take the bus because even after just that, we already felt like we'd seen a lot more and understood where things were in relation to each other. From the modern buildings & up and coming ...
... second reception last Friday in a more intimate setting with family and friends, including myself and the other teachers we work with.
The unique part of the reception is that Geding is Muslim. There is a huge Muslim population in China and therefor, great places to get authentic Chinese Muslim food. The reception was at a restaurant called Yakexi and was awesome. They’re know for the lamb and stews, so ...
... are many ways for foreigners to get a feel for the culture of a place they are visiting. Literature, music and driving tendencies (insane or otherwise) give outsiders a glimpse into what life is like for the locals. I humbly contend that a grocery store can do the same.
I only had an hour to spend in the local market, but I honestly could have spent ...