Motel 168 (Shanghai Chifeng Road)
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... Simone sorted out the details (her Mandarin being so much better than mine!) As I returned Simone was in the middle of dealing with the next problem. The laundry would take three days! Given that we left in two that wasn't particularly helpful. There was an Express Service the lady pointed out (literally by pointing to it!) but that was double the cost. Remember how I said we got it done for a little over half of what the hotel was going to charge? FAIL. So back to the hotel to have ...
... here a week and I have to say, while the backing music was really great, she looked and sometimes sounds distracted and unenthusiastic. May be it because it's her first week in Shanghai, or maybe something else. I cannot help thinking that if she is this bored after one week, I am not sure I want to be here towards the end of a 3-month gig.
While walking around Saturday afternoon I added to my usual OH&S collection of ...
... of "I want to sing for you". Both interesting and endlessly comedic.
Now with the students relaxing and enjoying a hearty dinner, we once more both await and dread our final day tomorrow where we will have to perform our pre-presented Chinese themed performances.
Hope you all are having a great time back at Perth and we all look forward to seeing you Wednesday night!
... to give it a shot just in case. Maybe they don't allow hostelworld to book out every room, right? We were in luck and booked a private room for 240Y a night. It was nice- private bath, hot shower, hair dryer and wifi included. The beds were hard as boards but whatever. The hostel atmosphere was a little different from others I've seen. Hardly any ex-pats, mostly just Chinese nationals. People didn't socialize- it was quiet and everyone was on computers. That night ...
... gained an average for about 306KM/h! As dawn felt, the first lights of Shanghai were seen. After arriving at the Shanghai Hongqaoi station, we quickly transferred to the metro line 2 heading for our stop, the Rock & Wood International Youth Hostel. A cozy hostel with friendly staff!
The next day we had an early riser because Shanghai was waiting for us! As we are only staying here for two nights (really – you do not need more days here) an early start of ...