Motel 168 (Shanghai South Station Shanghai Normal University)
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... food was really nice. They basically had a selection of about 10 dishes on a lazy susan and just said go for it! Lunch was washed down with a few bottles of Tsingtao beer and life was pretty good.
After lunch we spent the afternoon at Tongli Water Town. This place was very picturesque with waterways throughout the town and plenty of bridges to get you across if need be.....47 of them in fact!
We wandered our way through soaking up the views, the ...
Morning!! After crawling into bed very early last night I slept for a while, but woke up to find it was dark. I was hoping I had slept most of the night, but to my disappointment it was only 02.10! It was a long night - and we still have 9 or so hours to go!
I've ventured out of bed - now to watch the end of 'Hot Fuzz'!! Less than 7 hours to go ....
Oh dear, I've just made a baby cry! As I have said ...
... hot pot. We were probably cooking it incorrectly, but no one could be bothered to come and tell us.
Last Thursday, we took Nate to Korean BBQ. My boss took us to a Korean BBQ back in October, but we found a place on line that was closer to us and seemed to be very popular. We got there around 8:15 and we had to wait (which, I've never had to do here. I was sure this place must be good if it was this crowded) about ten minutes to be seated. We got two trays of beef, tried to ...
... spectacular feats of modern invention was a bit overwhelming. That is when it first hit me just how different a world it is that I am stepping into. Not bad, just different in every way from what I am used to. All the signs are in Chinese, so in order to find out what each store contains, I have to actually look inside to make a guess. Finding hand sanitizer is next to impossible here, but that is the thing that you most want to be carrying around with you ...
My other hope is to successfully build one or two balloon-powered cars that we can race for a science lesson. I have the frames built already and I just need to attach the wheels and a balloon. When I blow into the balloon that is attached to the car, then let go, air will release from the balloon, causing it to roll forward. Or, that's the ultimate goal, at least. Here's to hoping! These kinds of random projects are part of why I like being a ...