Motel 168 Shanghai Waigaoqiao Huashan Road
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... and his brother since they hadn't seen him for a while. After the long day he decided to stay in the room and will be joining us tomorrow on our visit to the zoo.
All around the gardens are side streets with markets selling everything you can think off. My mom found a Pearl Tower miniature which she bought for 30 yuan instead of 200 which is what they were charging at the Pearl gift shop.
... trying to plug in our devices to charge them, but plugging in the power strip to the adapter proved to be a bad idea. We plugged it in, there was a large spark, & boom! the power in our room went out! A visit up to Mah's room to consult with him about our problem, a visit from the electrician, & our power was back on! After doing our homework for awhile, we finally got to sleep! That's only day one of the adventure, so keep checking back for more! I will try to update this ...
... the pungent smell of sweat floating around in the changing rooms.)
We were being ushered from room to room like cattle ready for slaughter, there were people everywhere just plodding along kitted out in the dashing dressing gown and umpa-lumpa shoes, then on to Room 2: Blood pressure, very straight forward and simple. Does what is says on the tin. (i think i may have got the order of the rooms wrong due to stress and trauma from the following rooms.) The ...
... as a place with panda bears, a giant wall, smog, industry, terracotta warrior statues, and lots and lots of people. And while a lot of it exists, China is also a country that is in the midst of a modern cultural explosion. The middle class is becoming wealthy for the first time in China's history, and with that growth comes spending, leisure, and creativity. However, the Chinese do not take these things for granted. It was not long ago that they ...
... leave in a daze, and now the relationship that collaped in the giant city of lights.
With the new day I tried to scrub off some of my fake tan from the performances but there were too many layers on! I caught up with Jenny who was about to embark on her own adventure, moving to Vietnam. We had brunch at Mr. Pancake House, just like the old days, and chatted about our dreams. Lindsey and I hung out for a few more hours. We visited Kit at the ...