Magical Kirin Hotel
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Andrew - our Canadian friend from Nanyang, had arrived in Shanghai 24 hours earlier, and so joined us for the evening. Another great night, where we ended up staying at Neil's place, as the metro stops at 11.30pm.
The next day we met Gayle in town, and being the perfect guide, she took us to the fabric market where I ordered some bed sheets (you can only buy duvet sets here, and they don't like white - or ...
... the station as we had all of our bags and no where to go in the area. We expected the train to be uncomfortable as the description of the seats we got were “hard seats”, but didn't quite expect everything else we encountered. Looking back though, we were however lucky that we got on the later train as the ride was about 4 hours shorter. Once on the train we found our seats and a girl about our age who was sitting across the ...
... after walking along one straight road, we found ourselves somewhere around people's square...now we just had to work out what exactly it was and where to get in (yes I'd read the expedia reviews, and despite it being called a square, its not actually as such). After a few pics and walking around looking exactly like the lost tourists we were, we found the urban planning museum (which I had read was a recommended first stop because of ...
... Jan's friend supplies the meat to this restaurant so he hangs out there quite a bit. We ate burgers and french fries there and had all you could drink beer and pop for 99 RMB (about $16). The burgers were pretty good. We tried some homemade liquor made by Jan's friend. He calls it "black pig" and it tastes similar to Jagermeister. So, we hung out at the Red Rooster for most of the night then headed home.
This past Sunday, Lindsey, Al, Heather, Ashley, Caitlyn, and ...
We arrived in Shanghai today after a sad farewell to Hangzhou. I feel like I could have stayed there for a week or two, wandering around the west lake and surrounding forests. We spent wednesday hiking around the west lake, soaking up the pagodas, temples and rich green forests, the sound of cicadas ringing in out ears. We visited Leifeng Pagoda and climbed level after level until we reached the top. From there we had the whole 360 view of the west lake and ...