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Travel Blogs from Shanghai
Once again I got up really early. I opened my eyes exactly at 5am. I didn’t go to bed early either. I wrote until 12 am, and then Marco and I talked for about 20 minutes. He’s a ver y cool kid. He said that he gets up at 4am everyday before school to go swimming which I thought was impressive and made my 5:45 am wakeup time seem puny. …
I woke up this morning at 5:50. It was very light and I believe that the sun sets early and rises early. I spent some time thinking about my predicament and then tried reading Iron and Silk which at first helped, but then less so. It’s 7:10 now and we are to meet for breakfast at 8. I hope it’s something that wont upset my stomach but I …
... but to buy new ones. Suffice to say, Flight Centre are going to get both barrels about this latest mess.
Anyway, thankfully, we left China, en route Down Under. China has been quite an experience; huge distances, colossal cities, rarely dull, but sometimes unpleasant, not least the dreadful air quality, which has left Lynds with a hacking cough. We will be glad of fresh air and good manners (we hope) in Oz.
Martin & ...
... and hanging out today I took my chance now. They seemed happy, they would have seemed happy in any case of course, but considering how they have been in contact with other parts of the world and seem interested I do truly believe that it will be appreciated. Oh, and KaiXin tried to use looking at the book as a way to get out of doing her Calligraphy practice… not so successful. Sorry ...
... hall. Waiting there were three older men with a plethora of
foreign-to-us instruments scattered about. We sat down and our translator
explained the significance of some of the instruments and songs we would be
hearing, and then we got a mini-concert. We were blown away and flattered when
they performed 3 Christmas carols learned specifically for the occasion. A
couple tunes were slightly hard to recognize, but considering they probably had