Weekend plans are set, and even if the two major activities get rescheduled, they somehow seem to fit nicely together, time-wise. I do have a lack of gifts for nephews and nieces, and I’m too short of ideas now. Last visit at Carrefour (big French-owned [or so I think) grocery chain) earlier was partly confusing, as I’m not very fond, or used to, bringing pasalubong for other people.
If I had an appreciative and creative set of acquaintances back home, I’d take photos of things I’d wanted to give them, but being cash-strapped, I’d just print the image, make a postcard out of it, and tell them its a travel-based concept-art project I’m working on.
The flight home involves a stop-over at Hong Kong, well-known shopping mecca, and where everyone I asked about buying cameras said it would be much cheaper to get photography gear there. The lowdown: I’ve no money to spare what would constitute as shopping.
See, Shanghai is my first time abroad, hence, my first time on a plane, too. Insert memory clip: my grade-school ambition? To be an Aerospace Engineer. Too bad I now have the occasional fear of heights.
I came, I saw, and I would’ve shat in my pants if I took breakfast that morning. The Beijing story will be told soon.
Farewell, Shanghai, and all the people who were able put up with me.
7 thoughts on “Last Day Online in Shanghai”
Are you traveling around China?
Hi Anne. Nope, will be going back home to the Philippines 🙂 Why’d you ask?
Gah. Inggit. Travel… 🙂
Will miss you and the good time spent with you a lot! Keep in touch! (:
awwwww… at least you were able to experience the shanghai experience.
looking forward for your stories!
whoa… same number man. just send me an sms
Kat: Makakapasyal ka rin!
Raemin: Yes I will! Keep in touch, that is.
Maya: Too many stories!
J: Got new number. Will send you so we can do the shiznit with your hoes. Hehe.