Starway Hotel Pudong International Airport Wanxia
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... was bustling with throngs of people. One of our stops was the Super Brand Mall that had suffered some severe financial setbacks not long after being opened. The owner erected a huge memorial to Buddha and soon thereafter business turned around. That is a true story!
Our next stop was the Rockbund an area on the west side of the river is the new hot area of Shanghai. The government has both restored and recreated the ...
... 8217;t start until 2 hours prior to departure, so I was forced to just walk around the big entrance hall, which wasn’t that big of a deal since the hall was quite big. After checking in (which happened without any major hiccups) and the security control (again no problem) I found myself in the terminal. I decided to keep in reading my book since it didn’t take me more than 20 minutes to walk around the shops and realise that a) I knew them from home and ...
... br> My first ever thanksgiving (I can't think why I didn't do it last year; I guess because Sam had already left to backpack SE Asia and I didn't know Annalissa well enough by then) began as a grey Shanghai morning. Hoping that the greyness was just the remainder of yesterday's rain and not the promise of more to come; I left my rain poncho at home. I was already taking my makeshift goal and cardboard American football to the other school, had a change of clothes for ...
... the courage to move the toilet paper roll.
Diablo can fly! The little bugger (haha) flew right onto my towel as I screamed in shock. Then, he chilled there for the rest of the day. At that point, I decided I'd just never take a shower again.
This morning, Diablo was nowhere to be found. I know he's out there somewhere, lurking inconveniently on a bathroom product that one day soon I ...
... Chinese people didn't think I was an idiot before, they definitely thought I was now. The whole thing was so funny that I just started making up my own step cardio routine. I was doing my best to just skip around and mock skate between my two steps.
"Bibbidi bobbidi boo" Good heavens. At this point I thought about just walking out. I looked at the clock, realized I was only 20 minutes in and thought about stacking my steps and heading for old realiable--the ...