Super 8(Shanghai Maple North Bund)
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... you had to get a hawker to take you there. the first shop was laughable, such famous names as Jeap and Paula Smith, terrible quality! A subsequent shop was more successful with some Beats speakers for our ipod and some other iphone accessories for the Aussies, so a pretty successful trip.
It was time to head back to the hotel to meet with the group for our final evening of the tour. We were off to the acrobatic show at the Shanghai Centre. Getting a cab over there ...
... every time they handed me the calculator I pushed 15. I got 6 for 100RNB so 16.6RNB each. Yes that is right I got them for about $2.50. BOOM! I was congratulated by Marlin and he said I was now the haggler! I worked some more magic as we waited for the boys and managed to get Jan and I silk robes for 100RNB and it was so much fun. The shop owner kept asking if we needed anything and once we realized it was 4.5 hours worth of shopping we agreed a beer would be best. ...
It wasn't that long ago when I was preparing myself to get on a plane and leave for China for a semester abroad. Now, here I sit writing about the final three weeks of my semester and getting ready to leave on our final 12 day excursion. It's amazing how fast this semester has gone and I can hardly believe that I'll be back in the U.S.A in just under two weeks. Of course, I still have quite a bit to tell you about before I get back and many more adventures to have before China ...
... alarm clocks, merry-go-rounds, light shows, and Alice projects. It’s quite amazing what you can do with a cheap Arduino chip.
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