Super 8(Shanghai Maple North Bund)
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... on the menu that we could have had at the restaurant that Chris took us to. I must go back to this place! The food was quintessential shanghai, and delicious.
A whole thing is pieces of tofu, in soya sauce and sugar, with green onion on top. Pretty obvious, really!
A walk from Peoples Square down Nanjing Road East on National Day is something to remember. Lights, noise, unbelievable crowds, police and hawkers. ...
... Circus and we all got super excited. The Circus was amazing and I loved every part. My favourite part was the wheel of death at the end when 7 motorbikes were in at one time! Ciara - This trip has been an amazing experience for everyone! We have had a great time and to finish it off we had a fantastic last weekend. On Saturday we got the morning off which was so nice, some of us slept in and others took advantage of the last few days we had left together and spent it together. ...
... of coming here was the homemade noodles which are brought to your table and presented with much stretching and pulling and throwing of the dough. Initially, we were somewhat disappointed as we did not seem to get this message across and were simply brought some premade cut noodles in a bowl to put into the hot pot. As dinner got going however something must have triggered the server’s understanding as he sent the “noodle chef” to ...
Shanghai, the beginning of my trip.
I arrived at the 31th July 2013 in that big city - the Manhattan of the east!
It's two weeks ago but I already left Shanghai...
My goal was actually to do the Volunteer Work for 6 weeks in Shanghai as a english teacher.
I'll do something good for other people and for my heart and during the 6 weeks I could also explore the beautiful city by myself - I thought! The theory and practice...idea vs. reality haha!
... bars we have been to are full of English speakers. You will pay anywhere from 35-65+RMB for a beer in a bar, but you can buy a TsingTao in any FamilyMart for about 5.7RMB, which equals 0.91 cents American. Also, you can drink anywhere (anytime) in China, in a taxi, in a bathroom, on the street, in your room, in the morning, and no one will give you problems. It was hard for me to believe at first that I can walk into a bar, buy a beer, then if ...