Tonight we visited a large shopping street for foot traffic only in Shanghai. Initially we started off as a group of 8 but then Sam and Sabrina split off to return to the hotel. Then, there was the 6 of us. We knew that we wanted to haggle a little bit, but the stores on the main road of the center were upscale. So, we followed a couple of men that said they had some products we could haggle in a side alley. Normally, I would not follow two strange men into a back alley but this is China and that is where the cheap knockoff merchandise is located. The haggling went well and we all returned to the main street with a few more presents for our family and friends. We then split up into two groups of three and went off on our separate ways. Nick, Eric, and I stopped to eat pizza. We then hailed a cab and gave him the address to the hotel that we had not yet been to. About 15 minutes into the trip, a cab passed us and an American, "Knee How" was bellowed. To our amazement, it was the other group of three. We had not planned to leave at any certain time and were quite astonished that in a city of 20 million, it was very easy to connect with friends.