Motel 168 (Shanghai Waigao Bridge Fifth)
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Big thanks to John and Gina McGinn for hosting a neighborhood farewell. It was really nice to see the neighbors together before we leave.
Also, big thanks to Carla and John Fraser for hosting a get together at Boston Pizza. I think everyone had a great time.
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... that are seen so frequently patrolling the streets aren't much better - this morning there was a small group of them out marching, who surprisingly commenced to cross the road even though the lights were red and their back third was separated from the rest by a scooter. Also out this morning were people doing group exercises on Nanjing street. There were three separate sets all standing in neat rows, one wearing Chinese-styled outfits the others ...
... to say 'hiya mate im outside' here they are held down the entire journey to pretty much scream MOVE OUT OF THE WAY *****ES AMMMM COMING THROUGH! I can only compare it to the old slapstick comedy wacky races; however there was nothing Chomical about this journey.
Motel 168 was strange but quite normal at the same time, apart from dozens of cards with naked women on getting shoved under the large crack in the door every night. Laura found that they ...
... differ from the ones I use in my classes. Some of the books had funny covers, like one with ET about biology. and of course the bible was in the fiction section.
Next we went back to Nanjing road at night. There were groups of random street performers. They were fun. There many couples that were just dancing to random singers. Everyone on the street apparently loves to dance. We also walked through People's ...
... my mind goes blank and I have no photos from the rest of the day to remind me what we did.
On our last day in Shanghai we strolled through some nice parks to get to the museum of urban planning. The first section gave a history of the city's development; it was neat to see old photos of places we had seen that now (only a few years later even) look dramatically different. It’s definitely a city of extreme growth. The ...