Blog of an EXPAT's wife in SHANGHAI |
A Mathematician Turned HOUSEWIFE
Learning Chinese, Restaurant Reviews, Travel Tips, and International Marriage
Two weeks ago, Mos and I together with my friends went to sightsee Beijing. Because we have read good reviews on the net, we tried the non-stop soft-sleeper Z-train.
So, how much are the return tickets? Where can I buy?
Thanks for visiting by Blog. Ironically I have a good friend who works in Beijing and Shanghai. I will put a link on my Blog for you.
Hi! Thanks for dropping by my blog and welcome to the blogsphere. BTW, I am done adding your blog in my link. Good luck and keep blogging!
Hi, Thanks for coming to my blog. I really enjoyed yours. The food looked delicious, and your life there sounds interesting and fun!I used to live in South Korea when my husband was in the military. We lived downtown, not in base housing. I learned to speak some Korean and to shop in the markets.I also taught English as a foreign language, on and off base. The on-base students liked me because they said I was the only teacher who finished the book! That was important to them. But, when I was in college, I was a foreign language major, and I hated the teachers who did not teach, merely talked about nothing. So, I was committed to teach something and finish the book!Glad you like my blog.
P.S., I don't really know how to make a link. I'll have to ask my son today when he comes home from college for the weekend.
Thanks for dropping by my blog. I love yours!! It's colourful and interesting and what fantastic food!!I'll add a link to you this weekend when I have a "tidy up" of my side bar.
Thank you Nikou,I did take a look and your blog is excellent. Though mine is about my life in Second Life only, I would he delighted to link exchange. :)regards,Katie Usher
Hi Nikou,Thanks for your message on our blog.If you'd like to be linked with us, please submit your blog to our Expat Women Blog Directory:www.expatwomen.com/expatblog/.Thanks and best wishes,Andrea MartinsDirector and Co-Founderwww.expatwomen.com
Nice new blog! I always find it so interesting to read about people in other countries!
hey cool blog! nice to meet you guys. i'm from the Philippines too :) ill add u to my links as well. ciao.
hey nikou,thanks for dropping by my blog. yours is real informative about life in shanghai.mine is more of a light-hearted blog, of a different nature from yours, but if u still want to consider an exchange link, i'll be happy to link back to you.
Two pillows? Sold! MH
I would love to do a link exchange. Great blog! Visit me again anytime :)
Welcome to the world of Blogging!Traveling to Beijing sounds too fun :)
That is so cool. I think travelling with kids, that would be the ultimate way to go. I wish they had that option here. Sounds like such a great time!
Hello, thanks for reading my blog. Guess we housewives should stick together in the blogosphere, so lets link.btw I lived in Japan for 2 years in the late 80s, not far from Kyoto. I also travelled in China. The cities are hardly recognisable now from the time when I was there in 1990. Enjoyed reading about your experiences.Liz
I always take the cheap, slow trains. You certainly get what you pay for. That 28-hour ride to Harbin was awful.
That is such an experience. I remembered occupying the 4-person room as well for only the two of us from Milan to Southern Italy and it was indeed comfy to have the room left alone to the two of you who know or close to each other.Im still dreaming to go to china. The other day I hit some ads for a tour and it was 1,300 USD... I need to save for that! ^^
Thanks for visiting travelinglavalles.blogspot.com. I followed the link to yours. Very nice. We also live over in Pudong. Also listen to Chinesepod - they do a good job. Can certainly trade links, just educate me on how to do it.mark lavalle.
hello thanks for dropping by in my blog and you received a linky luv for being the first commenter in my posti also put your link in my blog rollhappy blogging
Hi Mos and Nikou,Your blog is cool, sure I'll agree on an exchange. I've already added your link to my side bar at my Random Thoughts blog. Happy blogging!
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