Motel 168 (Shanghai Waigao Bridge Fifth)
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... the fat Buddha upstairs, the jade saleswoman who talked like a robot, the monk on his phone, and the Coke machine next to the statue of the Thousand-Armed goddess of mercy. All in all a pretty odd combo, but we got some good photos. Nicola even got ...
... map, it looks pretty big, so it shouldn't be easily missed. Yet we do a great job of it. Finally we find a market place that promises to bring us to food. We find a small cafeteria that serves authentic Chinese cuisine. We grab our tray, line up, and move a long, taking whatever delicacy we desire in their bamboo baskets. We come to the end where the cashier sits, and we pay for our meal. Regrettably, this is not the best Chinese food I have eaten. I believe the ...
After a late night last night it was up real early this morning for another tour. This time to Suzhou, a "small" city of six million people, founded in the 5th century B.C., and a two hour bus ride from Shanghai. It is said that, "In heaven there is paradise, on earth Suzhou and Hangzhou." Yesterday we were at Hangzhou, today its Suzhou, so it would seem we're covering the bases and should be in heaven. Maybe not.
A two hour bus ride that begins before 7:00 a.m. doesn't really ...
... favorites. One of them is a boy named King. Yup, King. He has the best mullet I've ever seen. Fact. King is in my Step Up class which means that they are older and not only focus on English vocabulary but on sentence structure as well. I knew King was a smart one based on the following dialogue:
King: "You are pretty."
Me: "Oh, thank you! You are handsome!"
King: "Yes, I am handsome."
And with that, he walked away.
Another favorite is a little ...
... i accidentally did at McD for breakfast before I went to the great wall but that's another story)
The rest of the evening was very nice. Memorable. By the end of that night I felt extremely sad because I was going to leave Shanghai and there is no certainty that I'll be coming back anytime soon. ='(
Song for today: All those pretty lights by Andrew Belle.
Total expenses today: RMB 435.